Swiss voters on Sunday approved what has been dubbed the toughest executive pay rules in the world.
Ernst & Young has agreed to pay $123m (£82m) in a settlement with criminal prosecutors in the US, admitting that some of its most senior tax partners had been involved in developing, marketing and defending tax avoidance schemes between 1999 and 2004 to dodge taxes worth $2bn faced by about 200 wealthy individuals.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc reduced its risk-taking for a third straight year, with potential losses from trading positions dropping to the lowest level in seven years.
Bankers' bonuses are like cockroaches – everybody hates them, and nothing can kill them. I wonder if they would literally, as well as figuratively, survive a nuclear war.
Some years ago, when the Google Books project, which aims to digitise all of the world's printed books, was getting under way, the two co-founders of Google were having a meeting with the librarian of one of the universities that had signed up for the plan.
So, where's the best place to go to keep most of your cash bonus ?
Steven Pienaar’s goal against Reading over the weekend was very similar to a Mikel Arteta strike in 2006/2007.
The Polish forward has been in supreme form for Borussia Dortmund this season, and Chelsea might be wise to focus their attentions on signing him rather than Falcao.
Global investment manager, Standard Life Investments has enhanced its Global Fixed Income offering with a new appointment to its Emerging Market Debt (EMD) team.
As part of our HITC Sport 92 series, Vincent Ralph looks at the growing success of Yeovil Town and the man responsible for it.