Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu recaps the big news from Thursday's earnings reports from Bank of America and Citigroup.
Bloomberg Contributing Editor Neil Barofsky talks about his book 'Bailout', an inside account of how Washington abandoned Main Street while rescuing Wall Street.
Stoke City have rejected a bid from Swansea City for striker Kenwyne Jones. Why exactly are they trying to sign him?
The league leaders have been happy to sit back so far this January, content that the squad that has taken them clear in the league will be enough to see them through to the summer, but should they get into the market in the next couple of weeks to guarantee success?
The Mexican midfielder is reportedly closing in on a move to Porto this January, which would beg the question whether he is being brought in to replace a Portuguese midfielder strongly coveted by Tottenham Hotspur.
The Athletic Bilbao striker had looked close to agreeing a move to Juventus, but there are indications the Italian club are losing patience with the deal, and Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal could be ready to pounce.
There is such a thing as being too clever, as this employee apparently found out to his cost.
Stockholders will be pleased - employees, less so.
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.