Former England captain David Beckham is expected to be unveiled as a Paris Saint-Germain player later today.
This guy, who apprently worked at a number of firms during his career (Barclays, JPMorgan, Nomura, SocGen and WestLB), is strutting his stuff in an entirely new direction now.
Sounds like it was quite a bun-fight.
There are hardly any jobs, generally low wages and it rains all the time: Not the usual picture that a country wants to portray of its culture or economy. However, U.K politicians are considering launching a negative publicity campaign in Eastern Europe to deter potential migrants from coming to the U.K. in search of jobs.
Roomy Khan, the former Intel Corp. executive twice convicted of passing illegal tips to Raj Rajaratnam, is asking a judge to let her stay out of prison so she can help young people in finance 'not fall to the temptation of easy money with insider trading'.
U.S. prosecutors asked a federal judge to sign off on HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA)’s $1.9 billion settlement of charges it enabled drug cartels to launder millions of dollars in trafficking proceeds.
Structured finance deals of a type last seen before the financial crisis are set to comeback in 2013, according to market experts, signaling a return to the credit boom in 2004.
Everton, Sunderland, Stoke, Aston Villa, Arsenal, Norwich City, Tottenham, Fulham, QPR and Wigan.
Liverpool have finally brought their man into the club; but how much of a gamble does his signing represent?
Norwich City, Celtic, QPR, Tottenham and Liverpool all feature.