UBS continues to clean house, JPMorgan in buying mood.
Morgan Stanley continues to get its act together.
Here's a potential sign the job market is slowly improving: Some people are feeling comfortable looking for a new job even while they're (supposed to be) doing their current one.
Goldman Sachs, which announced plans in April to hire 50 people in Brazil, has reversed course after the economy expanded less than analysts estimated
HSBC said possible damages from a lawsuit filed by a U.S. regulator over improperly sold mortgage-backed securities could cost the bank as much as $1.6bn.
Facebook has hired Gary Briggs, a veteran of Google and Ebay to be its first chief marketing officer as the world’s largest social network seeks to expand its global brand.
International Business Machines Corp (IBM) has said it’s requiring the majority of U.S. employees in its hardware unit to take a week off with reduced pay, cutting costs as demand slows for products such as servers.
Which club would be best for Aston Villa outcast Darren Bent to play his football at next season?
Bloomberg's John Dawson takes a look at the top company headlines on Bloomberg Television's 'On The Move Asia'.
On 'Hot Shots' Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton reports on the Monday's most compelling images.