Kelly Bit reports names that have made Tuesday's news, including the Bank of England Governor Mervyn King, HSBC's David Bagley, and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Rajat Gupta asking friend friends and associates to write letters to Judge Rakoff and ask for leniency in his case.
Credit Suisse has announced measures to cut costs and boost capital by $8.9bn after a central bank report last month called for an increase in equity.
Bloomberg's Megan Hughes wraps up the latest from the senate hearing over the HSBC allegations.
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King said that he only became aware of Libor wrongdoing two weeks ago and that a memo from Timothy Geithner in 2008 didn’t highlight malpractice.
Matt Miller reports in Tuesday's top headlines, the Fed is prepared to stimulate the economy is needed, Goldman Sachs plans company expense cuts, and Intel warns of diminishing sales.
Just when you thought this classic children's animation couldn't get any better, Disney has brought us The Lion King 3D on blue-ray, with the added extra of these hilarious out-takes ....
A brilliant rendition of God Save The Queen, performed on nine special edition London 2012 MINI Coopers.
Marketfield Asset Management's Michael Aronstein reflects on his relationship with Barton Biggs.
Barclays Plc’s ex CEO, Robert Diamond, was contradicted by his former chief operating officer and criticized by regulators investigating the Libor-rigging scandal.