Credit Suisse, who paid $2.6bn last year to settle a U.S. tax dispute, illegally sent a former employee’s details to U.S. authorities to help resolve the probe, a Geneva court ruled.
JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole will come face to face with the European Union antitrust officials who accused them of rigging the Euribor benchmark at hearings this week.
Millionaires are expected to control 46 percent of the world's personal wealth by 2019, up from 41 percent Monday, suggesting that the wealth gap will continue to widen, according to a new study.
Well, that didn’t last long.
The New York Times is taking their commitment to mobile to the next level.
Gap plans to close 175 namesake stores, about 26 percent of its North American locations, over the next several years in an effort to streamline its store fleet.
Autocomplete, we can all agree, is the work of the devil.
Republican candidate Jeb Bush only just formally launched his presidential bid in Miami, but his campaign has already attracted a robust roster of Wall Street donors.
JP Morgan’s chief executive, Jamie Dimon, faces embarrassment after it emerged that the bank’s fund management arm takes investor voting advice from a firm at the centre of his attacks on “lazy” and “irresponsible” shareholders.
A French court reduced the bail HSBC must post in connection with a criminal probe into tax evasion by its private-banking clients to $112m from $1.075bn.
Brokerage Numis said today that founder and chief executive, Oliver Hemsley, is due to step down in the Autumn.
Yes, we haven’t spent as much as we should have on keeping the infrastructure up to date, but then, on the plus side, we made a massive bet on football rights – and it paid off big time.
Craig Wright, the Australian computer scientist who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin, has backtracked on a pledge to provide proof of his earlier claims.