Bank of America, which is planning to cut $8bn of expenses to improve profitability, reduced its staff by 14,601 employees last year.
Derivatives - financial weapons of mass destruction.
Here's the note sent by Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins on the subject of ethics in the workplace:
Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle reports on the changes to Wall Street bonuses as banks restructure compensation ratios.
Simon Robey, a former Morgan Stanley deal maker, is teaming up with Rolls-Royce Holdings Chairman Simon Robertson to provide corporate finance advice.
Aberdeen Asset Management has reported a better than expected flow of money into its funds, but this appears to have prompted a spate of profit taking in its shares.
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It's his way or the highway.
Cutting heads and comp is never easy.
Sir Alex Ferguson was dismayed by Wayne Rooney's most recent mishap from 12 yards and spoke of the Southampton strikers current streak from the penalty spot. Who should take the penalties for United?