Shawn D. Miller, a Citigroup executive found dead in his apartment bathtub in New York City earlier this week, probably killed himself, police said.
In the race for fresh tech talent, IBM is looking to give itself a leg up on the competition by turning to Watson.
At a combative Capitol Hill hearing Thursday over its commodity investing and trading, a Goldman Sachs executive said the firm is in talks with a Russian buyer, among others, about selling its embattled metal warehousing business.
The SEC suspended trading in four microcap companies touting development of Ebola-related treatments or services.
Goldman Sachs said it fired a junior banker who brought confidential information from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York into the firm.
Eagle fitted with small video camera allows us to view some of London's most popular attractions from lofty new heights.
A weaker outlook for the global economy is hitting UK exports and slowing the recovery in Britain’s manufacturing sector, the CBI has warned.
Lawmakers will hear about the influence big banks can have over the U.S. power markets when they can own plants, supply fuel to those units and trade based on the electricity they generate.
Congressional scrutiny of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley’s commodities businesses is another strain for units that already saw revenue tumble by two-thirds from peak years.
A senior legal advisor at the European court of justice has rejected a claim by the British government that an EU law capping bankers’ bonuses is illegal.
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.