Four men suspected of robbing a bank in Santa Clarita, California led Los Angeles police on a 20-minute car chase on September 12.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino reports Jon Corzine's friends say he will not start a hedge fund anytime soon and that he stays busy trading his own money.
Credit Suisse has appointed Serge Fehr as Head of Region Geneva.
Cristina Alesci reports on big names that have made headlines in Wednesday's top stories.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Andrew J. Bowden has been named Deputy Director of the agency’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE).
He may be worth $1.1bn, but it’s no fun being Liverpool's overlord John Henry right now.
He ain't taking it laying down.
JPMorgan Chase could still lose more money on investments from its London Chief Investment Office even though the bank has 'mostly fixed' the problem, CEO Jamie Dimon said (Bloomberg).
Russell Wasendorf Sr., the indicted founder of Peregrine Financial Group Inc., has signed a plea agreement with prosecutors in which he admits to crimes including mail fraud.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Peter Cummings £500,000 and banned him from holding any senior position in a UK bank, building society, investment or insurance firm. This is the highest fine imposed by the FSA on a senior executive for management failings.