'My Sincere Apologies To Everyone,
Nouriel Roubini is a professor at the Stern Business School at NYU. He is also a weekly columnist for Forbes magazine. A recent article by Roubini elicited a rare official response from Goldman Sachs.
The following should be sung to the tune of The Beatles' 'Let It Be'.
The Merrill Lynch 'BonusGate' saga just won't go away. New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has written to Barney Franks, the Chairman of the US House Financial Services Committee, accusing the firm of 'corporate irresponsibility' in paying $3.6bn in bonuses in the light of the large losses it sustained in 2008. Cuomo's letter revealed that almost 700 Merrill staff bagged a bonus of over a $1m for their work last year.
Here's a funny for a Friday.
Spare a thought for the banker who thought it would be a good idea to mingle anonymously with the crowd of G20 protesters in London earlier this year.
Here's a funny (but oldie) for the Holidays.
It's official. If the article has to do with interpersonal relations between men and women, it's going to be a hit. Well, or if it's about dressing like a protestor...
Here's a quick note of some of the more sensible New Year predictions we have received from readers.
Here's a quick look at some of 2009's biggest winners and losers.
The 38.4 meme has been confusing fans online but what exactly is the meaning of this trend?
It looks like Liverpool won't be signing the English star.
Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita has a new look.
Arsenal are reportedly leading the race for Cesar Gelabert.
It's all gone wrong for Calvin Miller at Celtic it seems.
Boris Johnson has always been a fascinating character and people always want to know more about the enigmatic Prime Minister.
Arsenal will finally get to see their big-money signing in action next season.
Liverpool continue to be linked with Ferran Torres.
Liverpool let go of Conor Coady in 2014, and he has gone on to excel at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Mikel Arteta has only recently been able to call upon Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, due to injury.