Deutsche Bank has started talks with some 50 employees as part of its investigation into possible manipulation of the Libor benchmark interest rate, a German newspaper reported.
JPMorgan has tentatively agreed to pay the Department of Justice a record $13bn settlement to resolve several civil probes relating to residential mortgage-backed securities — a costly deal that still doesn’t protect the bank against additional criminal prosecutions.
As Steven Cohen nears a settlement that may put his SAC Capital Advisors out of business over allegations of insider trading, some of his overseas portfolio managers aren’t waiting.
Morgan Stanley won the dismissal of a suit filed by the lender Dexia, which accused the bank of misrepresenting information about loans underlying more than $600m in mortgage-backed securities.
A British High Court judge criticized the liquidators of U.S. fraudster Bernard Madoff's London company in a judgment on Friday that dismissed their $40 million civil claim against his brother, son and former directors of the firm.
Fabio Capello believes Arsene Wenger and his Gunners are in the mix for European success.
Patrice Evra has hinted he will not sign a new contract at Manchester United.
A West Ham United player has claimed that Manchester City's playmaker is greater than Arsenal's, but is he correct?
Genoa boss Gian Piero Gasparini has suggested he could be in for a Sir Alex Ferguson type stint at the club.
Arsenal manager refuses to eliminate Manchester United from contention despite their dubious start.