Former Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell warned England fans they'd return from Ukraine in a coffin. Fortunately, he was wrong.
Fulham have completed the signing of Mladen Petric on a one-year-deal.
And the hits keep on coming.
Jerome Kerviel has apologized to Societe Generale employees and said he 'never lied' during the investigation into the bank’s $6.1bn trading loss, as his lawyers asked a Paris court to clear him of any wrongdoing on the final day of his hearing.
JPMorgan's decision to let Chief Investment Officer Ina Drew retire four days after the bank disclosed a $2bn-plus loss in her division allowed her to walk away with about $21.5m in stock and options.
Nomura, the Japanese brokerage involved in a government crackdown on insider trading, said it will cut top executives’ pay and suspend some sales businesses following an internal probe into information leaks.
This is a guest post by Rebecca Jackson
Sir Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, has refused to say Bob Diamond is a "fit and proper" person to run Barclays in a hard-hitting attack on the City culture that allowed banks to deceive customers and give excessive rewards to traders.
Dealmaking failed to make a comeback in the second quarter as the European debt crisis and volatile stock markets forced companies to delay big acquisitions.
John Paulson, founder of Paulson & Co., one of the world’s largest hedge funds, has close-cut black hair, dark eyes and a soft voice.