One of the world's most experienced financial regulators has warned the government that its planned legislation to protect the public from another banking crash is flawed.
Arsenal's midfield maestro Mikel Arteta has revealed his intention to go into management after he retires from his playing career.
Despite being a regular in the Norway set-up at just 20-years old the former Preston and Hull City loanee is nowhere near the first-team at Old Trafford; with Newcastle United reportedly interested could a Premier League side benefit from Manchester United's unnecessary wealth of striking talent.
It's very difficult to write about suicide because, as the Samaritans say, a fine line remains between sensitive, intelligent reporting and sensationalising the issue. This is pertinent today, as the name has now been released of the fourth financial services professional to have jumped to his death (last Thursday) from the roof terrace of a well-known London restaurant.
Morgan Stanley, the top global equity underwriter this year, reported earnings that beat analysts’ estimates as revenue from fixed-income trading climbed from a year earlier.
Michael Mayo, an analyst who has spent the past five years telling investors to sell Citigroup’s stock, reversed his stance after the board replaced Vikram Pandit as CEO Tuesday.
Barclays executive Tom Hamilton, who oversaw the second-ranked underwriter of structured-finance deals, is leaving his position.
FOX Business Network (FBN) Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino reports that former Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit’s job has 'been in jeopardy for months now', and that the resignation was spearheaded by 'an uprising on the board led by' Michael O’Neill and Diana Taylor over the $5bn Smith-Barney write-down that 'occurred two months ago'.
It’s taken UEFA two days to step in and charge England and Serbia following the brawl after the final whistle of the Under-21 European Championship play-off. It’s obvious that England defender Danny Rose was racially abused so what might England do if UEFA don’t follow through on the charge?
Possibly the funniest response to a Facebook comment we have ever seen!