The Citizens tabled a bid for the PSG forward, according to Aurelio De Laurentis
Arsenal legend Sol Campbell stopped by the Arsenal training complex to say hello to a couple of mates.
A former Morgan Stanley financial advisor pleaded guilty to an insider trading charge for tipping a childhood friend to Gilead Sciences plan in 2011 to buy Pharmasset Inc, three days before the $11.2bn takeover was announced, court and regulatory records show.
A Texas man accused of defrauding a bank of $42.4m fraud while trading ethanol futures contracts in 2010-2011 worked for Citigroup at the time, a Citi spokesman said on Monday.
The government’s legal pursuit of JPMorgan strikes many people on Wall Street as unfair.
Big deals are back. M&A is not.
A JPMorgan employee is cooperating with federal investigators examining whether the bank knew the mortgage bonds it sold were of poor quality, a person familiar with the probe said.
Wells Fargo agreed to an $869m settlement with Freddie Mac to resolve repurchase claims on faulty loans sold to the government-backed firm before 1st January 2009.
Global syndicated lending up 24% from 2012
Banks are set to face a broad international leverage limit that will catch off-balance sheet risks and prevent them from hiding their debt, according to the head of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.