Deutsche Bank has warned that investment banking revenue would be significantly lower in the third quarter and that it will set aside more money to deal with litigation.
The European Union politician behind controversial legislation to cap bonus payments dismissed the U.K. government's plans to challenge them on CNBC.
Citigroup has agreed to pay Freddie Mac $395m to resolve repurchase claims on soured mortgages sold to the government-backed firm over more than a decade.
U.K. prosecutors may bring another round of charges against traders and brokers linked to the Libor scandal as soon as next month, according to lawyers familiar with the investigation, now in its fifth year.
Prosecutors at the trial of five ex-employees of Bernie Madoff were barred from telling jurors about a sculpture of a screw their boss kept in his office after defence lawyers said the evidence would be crude.
The England international was deployed against Liverpool in the centre of the park, and there is a case for the versatile man to play there permanently.
Daniel Levy’s savvy negotiation skills make Spurs a force to be reckoned with
Defender Carl Jenkinson selects a duo of Arsenal up-and-comers for fans to keep their eyes on throughout the season.
Moelis & Company has announced the appointment of Bryan Lastrapes as a Managing Director to lead the Firm’s Acquisitions & Divestitures (A&D) business and provide strategic advice to oil and gas clients.
Gerard Pique has started a Twitter war after referring to Real Madrid's 2-1 win against newly-promoted Elche as "comedy".