Zeb Eckert reports on Tuesday's top headlines.
Bloomberg's Alix Steel reports on the drop in gold and its major affect on one of John Pauson’s funds.
Sian Massey, who recently spotted Rafael's kick on David Luiz, is a women’s football referee and men’s assistant referee in the Premier League.
Credit Suisse has sued its former Vice President of emerging markets, Agostina Pechi, claiming she stole the bank’s trade secrets in a bid to win clients for her new employer, Goldman Sachs.
UBS's brokerage unit has named a new head for its private wealth management division, as the company looks to expand its business catering to clients with $10m or more in investable assets
Bloomberg columnist Jonathan Weil writes:
The minister in charge of tax expressed support for a strategy to undermine evidence from a whistleblower who uncovered the notorious Goldman Sachs "sweetheart" deal, according to emails seen by the Guardian.
An influential shareholder advisory firm has recommended that investors withhold their support for three JPMorgan Chase directors, citing 'material failures of stewardship and risk oversight' in the wake of a big trading loss last year.
By Stephen Archer, director of business consultancy Spring Partnerships.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has announced his intention to sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo for repeatedly violating the terms of the National Mortgage Settlement.