Wells Fargo has announced a definitive settlement agreement between the bank and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) that resolves the DOJ’s previously disclosed claims that some Wells Fargo mortgages may have had a disparate impact on some African-American and Hispanic borrowers.
Life is a Cabaret, according to the song. Yet I must admit that the very idea of this form of entertainment had never appealed to me.
"When the excitement of hockey clashes with the magisterial commentary of soccer, the results are as brilliant as a Bernini sculpture."
Ravel Morrison, Paul Pogba, and now Ezekiel Fryers. Should United be concerned? No, says Surya Solanki.
A 26-year-old recruitment consultant who was arrested last summer for giving the middle finger to police outside a Greenwich Village bar filed a lawsuit against the city Wednesday, arguing his First Amendment were violated, according to court documents.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon should be included in compensation clawbacks following the bank’s massive trading loss, Sheila Bair, former head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., told CNBC’s 'Squawk Box' on Wednesday.
German prosecutors have opened preliminary proceedings into alleged links between Morgan Stanley's top dealmaker in Germany and the former premier of the regional state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, relating to the state's purchase of shares in German utility EnBW in 2010.
Rich Ricci is galloping ahead in the race to become the next chief executive of Barclays – at least according to bookmaker Paddy Power which has shut its book on the runners and riders after a flurry of bets on the head of the investment bank.
Top Barclays shareholders fear that regulators will rush through the appointment of a new chief of the scandal-struck bank and not take the time to search for an outsider to bring about a root-and-branch culture change.
US politicians are considering summoning Barclays' former boss Bob Diamond to Washington to answer questions about the Libor-fixing scandal, in a sign that the controversy is becoming an ever hotter issue in the US.