Meredith Whitney, who turned fame as a banking analyst into a stint running her own hedge fund, is through with managing other people’s money.
After introducing "unlimited" vacations last year, Virgin's unorthodox range of employee benefits are back in the headlines as new parents are offered up to a year's parental leave on full pay.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon took aim at U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, a critic of large banks, as he expressed broad concerns about leadership in Washington.
Jefferies has hired Jonathan Wilcox from JPMorgan as head of U.K. investment banking, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Stanley Egener, who helped build Neuberger Berman’s mutual fund business by appearing in TV commercials and through marketing innovations during almost a quarter-century at the firm, has died. He was 81.
HSBC's investment bank could shed more than a fifth of its clients and plans to reduce its credit and interest rates businesses by $100bn over the next two years in its bid to improve profitability.
John Mack, the former chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley, became a senior adviser to Star Mountain Capital, which invests in small and mid-size businesses in the U.S.
Want to be the "best boss" ever, without having it printed on a t-shirt or coffee mug? Unfortunately you may have missed your chance in 2015, with Glassdoor's annual rankings of top bosses just out.
A group of former Deutsche Bank employees are being investigated as part of Frankfurt prosecutors’ probe into trades that gave investors controversial tax benefits on dividends.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney ordered the finance industry to observe new rules on market conduct and threatened an even tougher regime if traders and bankers fail to comply.
Standard Chartered would risk a staff exodus if it cut bonuses, Chairman John Peace said on Wednesday, responding to investor anger over high pay when the bank's shares have tumbled and there will be no final dividend for 2015.
The Scottish economy is growing at a far slower rate than the UK as a whole, with the North Sea oil slump leading to a fall in GDP last year, the latest data shows.
It is ridiculous for the Brazilian independent prosecution service to argue that the damages for the disaster at Samarco, an iron ore operation owned by Vale and BHP Billiton, should be the same as those paid by BP after its Deepwater Horizon catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. There is no link between the two incidents.