Start-up e-commerce membership site Jet.com took off less than two weeks ago, but the company's CEO tells CNBC it's already flying with big ambitions.
Pulling into Old Street underground station in London I can with great accuracy predict who will head for the doors of the train.
Recent events in Shanghai’s stock markets have been all too reminiscent of the tales that have entered American folk memory from the days of the Wall Street crash in 1929: of stock-tipping shoeshine boys, exhausted traders, and ticker-tape machines spooling late into the night.
Business appears to be slow at the Mercedes-Benz showroom in the Jing’an district of Shanghai.
The British trader accused of contributing to the 2010 flash crash is making another attempt to reduce his $7.8m bail after spending the last three months in jail.
Societe Generale’s head of structured products for the Americas is shifting to another role within the bank, and at least two other team members in the U.S. are leaving amid a reorganization.
Three officials from the bank that almost bankrupted Ireland have become the first bankers to be jailed for offences related to the Republic’s financial crash.
Central banks in the Western world have set the scene for an "even bigger version" of the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, Societe Generale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards has claimed.
Ex-Deutsche Bank trader Christian Bittar is fighting to press on with a lawsuit against the U.K. regulator over its portrayal of his conduct in relation to benchmark rigging, despite facing criminal charges.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission is settling charges against the bank for attempted manipulation and false reporting.
HSBC is set to appoint a new boss for its boardroom pay committee as current chair Sam Laidlaw is set to step down from the bank's board as early as next year.