Diamondback Capital Management, among the hedge funds that was raided by the FBI about two years ago as part of the U.S. investigation of insider trading on Wall Street, is liquidating after clients pulled money.
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Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he is majorly concerned about the Manchester United defence ahead of the Manchester derby this weekend. Should he only be worried about the one area?
Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, QPR, West Ham, Sunderland, Swansea, Southampton and Norwich players were put forward by Match of the Day's pundits, what do you think?
Chief scout Steve Rowley was spotted taking in the action at the Amsterdam Arena last weekend. So who could he have been keeping his keen eye on?
JPMorgan investment bank chairman James E. "Jes" Staley is plotting his next move. Baltimore asset manager Legg Mason approached Staley to discuss its CEO position earlier this fall, but talks are said to have fallen apart in the last month, according to people familiar with the matter.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged an investment banker who was primarily based in Charlotte, N.C., and nine others involved in an insider trading ring that garnered more than $11m in illicit profits trading on confidential information about impending mergers.
Citigroup's plan to lay off 11,000 employees in a restructuring effort was a step in the right direction, analyst Mike Mayo said Wednesday on CNBC.