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Supercars are very common on the wide, state-of-the-art highways of Dubai. But a new record-breaking Lamborghini, made out of gold and gems, is sure to turn heads.
A Citigroup unit must pay $3.1m to a Florida-based couple who alleged the firm did not properly supervise a broker who steered them to invest in a politician's real estate developments that later went broke, a securities arbitration panel has ruled.
Two former JPMorgan traders were indicted for engaging in a securities fraud to hide trading losses that eventually surpassed $6.2bn on wrong-way derivatives bets last year.
Even if you hit the big time you may not make the coveted Forbes rich list as America's billionaires continue to amass wealth, the editor of Forbes told CNBC on Tuesday.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud picked up a knock to his knee on Saturday in the Gunners’ 3-1 victory over Sunderland. Jenny Leigh explores some of the potential alternatives available to Arsene Wenger.
After a superb summer of business, the tough work for Franco Baldini at Spurs begins now.
Dick Fuld appears to remain a Wall Street pariah.
Bank of America has said its mid-cycle stress test showed that the bank had enough capital to withstand a severe economic downturn.
Morgan Stanley said internal stress tests show the firm can weather a severe economic crisis with a profit while it sustains $7bn in trading and counterparty losses.