Leucadia National Corp. seems happy one of its own will soon oversee Harbinger Group.
Large German companies face a major shake-up after the government ordered that at least a third of executive positions be filled by women.
Gives new meaning to the term 'turkey trots'...............
Goldman Sachs and HSBC were sued in New York over claims they conspired for eight years to manipulate prices for the precious metals platinum and palladium in what plaintiffs’ lawyers say is the first class-action lawsuit of its kind in the U.S.
Barclays has hired 11 people for Japanese equity sales and trading since July and plans to add about four more by the end of the year amid a resurgence in the world’s second-largest stock market.
The FBI files spell it out: An analyst at Citadel, the hedge fund with $23bn in capital invested globally, told agents he made millions of dollars trading on information from a company insider.
HSBC will pay $12.5m to resolve charges that its Swiss private banking unit illegally offered services to U.S. clients without being properly registered, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Tuesday.
Britain’s recovery remained on track in the third quarter but fresh figures revealed growth was heavily reliant on the consumer, leaving the government’s much hoped-for rebalancing of the economy elusive.
British regulators are pressuring Bank of America's European investment-banking arm to improve its risk management practices, saying the current ones are "simplistic" and need to be retooled, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Announced M&A transactions in the telecommunications sector total US$135.6 billion so far during 2014, down 46% from the value registered during the same period last year (US$249.5 billion).
Three months after predicting Goldman Sachs would put the tumultuous end of 2015 behind it and stabilize profits, analysts are reversing course and cutting projections. Again.
Credit Suisse, which lost almost $1bn since October on soured credit positions that took some top managers by surprise, is in control of the risks that it takes, according to CEO Tidjane Thiam.
BlueCrest Capital Management, the investment firm run by billionaire Michael Platt, has hired Christopher Bae as a money manager in New York.