Citigroup has named Joseph Chang as head of prime finance in Asia Pacific, according to an internal memo obtained by Reuters on Monday.
Here's something interesting sent to clients last week by Jefferies CEO Richard Handler and President Brian Friedman.
Lloyd Blankfein’s top deputies are no longer equal in terms of pay at Goldman Sachs.
U.S. Senator Carl Levin said he plans to forward results from his panel’s nine-month investigation into JPMorgan Chase’s record trading loss to the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission to review for possible wrongdoing by company executives.
Goldman Sachs directors are getting a pay raise.
JPMorgan Chase shareholders continued to bobby for separating the chairman and CEO roles, formally calling for the company to install an independent director as chair.
Billionaire John Paulson lost more than $300m of his personal wealth on his gold bet, as the precious metal fell to its lowest price in almost two years Friday.
SAC Capital Advisors was sued by a public pension fund that holds shares of Wyeth, now a unit of Pfizer, over alleged insider trading on tips about an Alzheimer’s drug.
Citigroup's first-quarter earnings beat expectations on both profit and revenue thanks to improvements on loans and credit spreads.
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