ABN Amro was told by an Amsterdam court to pay $1.41m in compensation to two bankers it fired after an oil-trading company complained the executives had sought a bribe.
Immortality may not be a reality yet, but rapidly evolving technology is making it more realistic, said Ray Kurzweil, the director of engineering at Google, at the Global Future 2045 World Congress hosted at the Alice Tully Hall, in Lincoln Center in Manhattan.
BNP Paribas plans to expand its corporate-finance activities in the U.S. as it aims to secure better access to North American investors and strives to offset weak activity in core European markets, people familiar with the matter said.
Credit Suisse has named Tibor Kossa the head of mergers and acquisitions for Germany and Austria.
BlackRock's Chris Leavy, who’s been charged with improving the performance of the firm’s active stock funds, is taking medical leave starting today to treat his diabetes and a related cardiovascular condition.
A top official for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority resigned after the agency was informed he was indicted for felony theft and charitable bingo fraud in 1993, the year he joined the agency.
Following the move by Singapore's central bank to censure 20 banks over alleged rate-rigging, industry participants warn the incident marks the demise of the 'old boys' club' banking culture that has dominated the city state in the past.
Gareth Bale has successfully trademarked his ‘heart 11’ goal celebration so who else could follow suit and earn some extra cash? Swansea, Manchester United, and Newcastle players feature, along with a cheeky suggestion for Liverpool's Luis Suarez...
Justin Teo analyses the analysts at Arsenal Football Club.
Tahiti face Spain, Uruguay and Nigeria in the FIFA Confederations Cup this summer; will you be giving them your support?