Robert Grillo, the former head of fixed-income electronic sales at Bank of America, has joined startup Treasuries trading platform OpenDoor Trading as president.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sounded a positive note about the Wall Street bank’s business, telling investors to “stay tuned” for better performance as markets recover.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan said his bank has never had more capital and could easily repay its debt many times over, responding to a credit-rating cut by Moody’s Investors Service.
Mark Warburton has brought Joey Barton to Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers on a two-year contract.
A US appeals court on Monday reinstated a civil lawsuit accusing 16 major banks of conspiring to manipulate the Libor benchmark interest rate. The ruling, which overturns a 2013 decision, could bankrupt the institutions, the judges warned.
Instinet Incorporated have appointed of Mark Govoni as President of Instinet's U.S. brokerage subsidiary, effective immediately. In this role, Govoni is responsible for leading and growing Instinet’s client businesses in the Americas.
The ex-Newcastle United boss has been out of work since leaving St. James' Park in March.
Revenues for Spotify, the world’s biggest music streaming service, surged 80% last year to nearly €2bn £1.5bn, but losses widened as it invested heavily amid tough competition from the likes of Apple Music and Tidal.
Ibrox will be Joey Barton's new home soon - and Burnley have thanked him ahead of his move to Rangers.
Jan Vertonghen has proved his worth to Tottenham Hotspur this season, forging a fantastic partnership with Toby Alderweireld at the heart of their defence.
Somewhere in the back office, there was a sound of barrels being scraped.
Choosing whether to go to business school is a big decision. On one hand, an MBA could propel your career or business forward. But it comes with a hefty price tag in terms of time, tuition and lost wages.
Asda has reported another quarter of poor trading as like-for-like sales slumped 5.7% in the first three months of 2016.