As Lloyd Blankfein embarks on a battle with lymphoma, investors and colleagues are taking comfort in his resilience, the recent example of Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs’s roster of veteran leaders.
The shortlist for the 2015 European Diversity Awards has been announced and paved the way for a big business battle at the glittering awards ceremony at London's Natural History Museum next Wednesday (30th September).
The Anglo-Australian mining company said in its annual report that Andrew Mackenzie was paid $4.6m (£3m) last year, down from $8m the previous year.
Volkswagen has admitted that 11 million of its cars worldwide were designed to cheat emissions testing, in an escalating scandal that has loaded pressure on the wider motor industry.
Bank of America shareholders voted down the splitting of the chairman and CEO positions on Tuesday, which are held by Brian Moynihan.
He will be working 'substantially as normal, leading the firm'.
A sign of the declining expectations for growth in the industry.
Bank of America has hired John Utendahl from Deutsche Bank, naming him executive vice chairman of global corporate and investment banking.
A campaign to raise legal fees for former trader Tom Hayes has recently broken the £25,000 mark.
As uncertainty from the UK's referendum on EU membership continues to plague the banking sector, Deutsche Bank's chief economist is calling for a bailout of Europe's banks.
Wall Street investors are likely approaching the coming week apprehensively, as a number of big name banks are due to report their quarterly earnings.