The most highly qualified female business graduates lack the ambition of male counterparts in sectors such as engineering, manufacturing and natural resources, new research suggests.
Christian Clausen, president of the European Banking Federation, said regulators need to rethink an approach he warned will bury the industry under a mountain of rules with little coherence.
Fears that Lloyds Banking Group is preparing to announce up to 9,000 job cuts – more than one in 10 of the workforce – swept the industry last night as António Horta-Osório put the finishing touches to a three-year plan for the bailed-out bank.
One of the few remaining examples of Apple's first pre-assembled computer, Apple-1, sold for $905,000 at an auction in New York on Wednesday, far outstripping expectations.
Banks in London are expanding curbs on entertainment, with some adding bans on buying clients shots and expensing pricey bottle services for tables at nightclubs.
The top 100 undergraduate employers in the UK were announced on Tuesday by RateMyPlacement.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said cancer hasn’t altered his plans to keep working even as he looks toward a retirement that he hopes will include philanthropy and teaching.
BGC Partners looks to outbid a competing offer for GFI from CME Group.
Daiwa Securities Group has closed its London principal-trading desk for convertible bonds as Japan’s second-largest brokerage reviews the profitability of its operations abroad.
JPMorgan, UBS and Credit Suisse were fined a total of 94 million euros (74.14 million pounds) by the European Commission for taking part in cartels in the financial sector.
Members of the Treasury select committee get the chance to grill the governor of the Bank of England on Tuesday.
Most of Britain’s banks report their annual results this week in probably the most frenzied atmosphere since the financial crisis. Bank shares have plunged as investors have fretted about their financial strength, prompting Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse to go public with reassuring comments.
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