Bloomberg's Dawn Kopecki discusses JPMorgan cutting CEO Jamie Dimon's pay in half.
Newcastle could have a fight on their hands to hang onto a key pair of players wanted by a Serie A giant.
Chelsea have allowed Lucas Piazon to go on loan to Spanish side Malaga; who despite success on the pitch are in financial purgatory. Are they buttering up Malaga for a potential move? And have Manchester City not already done that?
Peter Weiland, the most senior risk officer in JPMorgan Chase's Chief Investment Office before the 'London Whale' scandal broke last April, quietly resigned in October, according to a report released by the bank on Wednesday.
Goldman Sach's bond underwriting business revenues grew 50 percent. JPMorgan Chase's 79 percent. Can they keep this up?
The bad bet that cost JPMorgan Chase more than $6bn has already provoked scrutiny from regulators and federal agents.
Rio Tinto expects to recognise a non-cash impairment charge of approximately US$14bn (post tax) in its 2012 full year results.
Japan's dominant games company restructures to face new competition.
Cantor Fitzgerald has announced the continued expansion of its Debt Capital Markets Municipal Bond Division.
KKR has announced that Jorge Fergie is joining the firm as Managing Director to head its São Paulo, Brazil office and business development in Brazil, effective March 1, 2013.