Deutsche Bank said on Monday it begun operating a precious metals vault in London, joining a series of other institutions that offer to store gold in the global centre of the over-the-counter bullion market.
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Point72 Asset Management LP, Steven A. Cohen’s family office and successor to his hedge-fund firm SAC Capital Advisors LP, is banning some of its employees from using instant messaging for external communication after last year agreeing to settle insider trading allegations.
ICAP, the world’s largest broker of transactions between banks, has been accused by the European Union’s antitrust arm of colluding to help rig interbank lending rates.
A Facebook investor is suing the corporation and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, for a director compensation plan that allegedly hurts the company.
Hope that Britain's economic recovery is broadening beyond consumer spending have been boosted by news that manufacturers enjoyed their strongest annual growth for more than three years in April.
One club may miss out on a player, but it may mean the other finding it easier to keep hold of theirs.
It sounded like a mea culpa. Xbox boss Phil Spencer took to the stage at Microsoft's gigantic press conference, on the eve of the E3 video game show in Los Angeles, and told the thousands of attendees that this would all be about games.
Investors don't pay much attention to Zynga, but bolstered by new leadership and a turnaround plan, the company is impressing analysts.
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Goldman Sachs is devising ways to hand its highly-paid bankers a third element to pay in response to the EU's bonus cap.
There are sensational reports that Manchester United are tentatively considering chasing the signature of Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin.