Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs vice president found liable for his part in selling a pre-crisis mortgage security that lost value, said he won’t file an appeal in the civil case.
Morgan Stanley sued to recover more than $3.6m it paid to defend a former broker who was imprisoned for his role in a kickback scheme.
Philippe Laffont's Coatue Management hedge fund may not be giving back $2 billion after all.
In latest transfer news and rumours, Wenger talks up importance of a: goal-scoring and b: goal-defending in big games, like losses to Chelsea & Liverpool.
The Sunday World's Kevin Palmer has confirmed that Manchester United hold the only formal bid for Southampton's Luke Shaw.
Perella Weinberg Partners has announced that Robert K. Steel has joined the Firm and will become Chief Executive Officer, effective July 7, 2014.
The USA beat Azerbaijan 2-0 in a World Cup warm up but talisman Clint Dempsey missed out with a late injury sparking concern for fans.
Billy Jones has moved to Sunderland after rejecting a new deal at West Bromwich Albion, but has the right-back made a good choice?
Euronext, one of the leading Continental European exchange operators, has appointed VTB Capital’s Head of International Global Banking Andrew Cornthwaite to the board of Euronext UK Markets as a non-executive director.
Experience the Halo universe block-style with the latest Minecraft Xbox 360 edition DLC available from today.
Large-scale layoffs now thought likely.
At this point in Manchester United’s season, it’s questionable whether Ryan Giggs truly believes his side can climb out of the hole they’re in.
Brothers Tom and Ed Martin opened their first gastro pub, The Well, in Clerkenwell 13 years ago. Now they have 11 sites with the recently opened One Canada Square Restaurant & Bar in Canary Wharf.