Bank of America has named Julian Mylchreest as the sole head of its global power and energy banking business, days after he advised Royal Dutch Shell on its $70bn acquisition of BG Group.
Credit Suisse on Tuesday reported a 23 percent rise in net profit in the first quarter from the year-ago period.
Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley stretched their equity-trading lead over rivals as they led U.S. banks in reporting the most revenue from that business in more than five years.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged BlackRock Advisors with breaching its fiduciary duty by failing to disclose a conflict of interest created by the outside business activity of a top-performing portfolio manager.
The criminal case against Sergey Aleynikov — the former Goldman Sachs programmer who was convicted in federal court, then acquitted, only to be charged again in state court — will soon head to a jury after Aleynikov’s last-ditch effort to toss out the case came up short.
Former Aston Villa star Lee Hendrie has suggested that Fabian Delph has much more to give to the club.
Sunderland have been scouting Club Brugge, so who could they have been looking at?
Sheringham has been linked with the vacant managerial seat at Fratton Park.
Adam Armstrong has been a first-team player for Newcastle United this season.
Neil Redfearn has praised the work of Chris Dawson and Kalvin Phillips as Leeds defeated Huddersfield 4-1.
Ed Miliband has said Scotland faces “devastating consequences” if Scottish spending had to be cut by £7.6bn in a year under Nicola Sturgeon’s plans for full fiscal independence.
GE, in a move to become a pure play industrial company, is exiting the financial services business by selling the bulk of the assets contained in its GE Capital unit and returning most of the proceeds from that disposition to shareholders in the form of a $50 billion share buyback.
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