Brendan Rodgers has said Liverpool must control the expectation levels that will rise in line with Raheem Sterling's salary when the teenager commits his long-term future to the club.
Here we go again.
The UBS army of U.S. brokers are being asked to apologize once again for the sins of their big European parent.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has blocked a proposal to cut the main component of most brokers’ pay for 2013, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.
Hollywood has given us two major images of Wall Street. The first comes from the 1986 drama Wall Street, with its antihero Gordon Gekko and his dark, intellectual, strategizing about acquiring a company's stock to control its future. A corporate raider clad in the philosophical garb of Sun Tzu, armed with a simple tool – stocks – and confident of his power to wield those stocks to control the existence of everyone around him.
Morgan Stanley and Eris Exchange have announced that Morgan Stanley plans to make a strategic equity investment in Eris, a U.S. futures exchange that offers Interest Rate Swap Futures. Morgan Stanley also plans to participate on the exchange as a provider of liquidity and clearing services. Financial details were not disclosed.
Frank Pizzitola, a general partner at Lazard Freres & Co. who worked with such legendary figures as Andre Meyer, Michel David-Weill and Felix Rohatyn during a 21- year career at the investment bank, has died. He was 89.
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management became the second major brokerage to drop hedge fund manager John Paulson's Advantage and Advantage Plus Funds from their retail offerings, CNBC has learned.
England's defeat by five wickets was emphatic but respectable enough. They were pitched against a highly motivated and experienced India side, still smarting from their defeat in the Test series, and England lacked the firepower or the form to test them. But for many of Eoin Morgan's young Twenty20 side this was still a valuable experience.