Stephanie Ruhle reports on how the economy is affecting Cherubini Yachts makers of classic boats. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'Market Makers'.
Julius Baer Group, the Swiss money manager established in 1890, agreed to pay about $880m for Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch wealth management business outside the U.S.
Lukas Podolski scored his first goals for the Gunners this weekend.
Martin Wheatley of the Financial Services Authority discusses his plans to reform the Libor rate.
Barclays is trying to distance itself from the Libor scandal by appointing the former Bank of England Executive Director, David Walker as the bank's new Chairman.
Bloomberg's Eric Coleman examines the saga behind Manchester United's relationship with their fans.
Dominic Chu reports on Thursday's top options stories.
Standard Chartered CEO Peter Sands hit back at a New York regulator’s claims the bank broke U.S. sanctions, and said he saw 'no grounds' for revoking the lender’s license.
Cristina Alesci reports on big names that have made headlines in Wednesday's top stories.
Tuesday on Bloomberg TV's 'Market Makers', former Bear Stearns CEO and JP Morgan Vice Chairman Emeritus Ace Greenberg talked about Sandy Weill’s recent comments about breaking up big banks – saying he didn’t believe Sandy made the comments.