It always comes back to the compensation.
Goldman Sachs has persuaded a federal appeals court to rule that a female former managing director must pursue a gender discrimination lawsuit through arbitration rather than in court.
JPMorgan Chase has been in an uncomfortable spotlight over the last week, after the release of a scathing Senate report related to its multibillion-dollar trading loss last year.
Because of the recession of 2007-2009 and a still-struggling economy, the U.S. legal profession is under severe stress.
Worldwide M&A Up 6% from 2012; Best Annual Period for Deal Making in Two Years
A new environmental campaign launches today encouraging chocolate lovers to become checkout-campaigners in their choice of Easter Eggs with the aim of halting the destruction of the world’s rainforests.
Arsenal signed a 15-year-old American recently, while Barcelona snapped up a 10-year-old from the States. Just how is the future of 'soccer' shaping up in the USA and Canada?
Credit Suisse raised CEO Brady Dougan’s total compensation by 34% for 2012, a year when net income declined.
Warren Buffett is once again the world’s third-richest person.