Ernst & Young agreed to pay investors $99m to settle litigation over its auditing of the bankrupt Lehman Brothers, according to a filing in federal court in Manhattan.
Deutsche Bank has started talks with some 50 employees as part of its investigation into possible manipulation of the Libor benchmark interest rate, a German newspaper reported.
Ernst & Young has agreed to pay $99m to former Lehman Brothers investors who have accused the auditor of helping Lehman misstate its financial records before the investment bank's collapse triggered a financial crisis in 2008.
Ernst & Young has agreed to pay $123m (£82m) in a settlement with criminal prosecutors in the US, admitting that some of its most senior tax partners had been involved in developing, marketing and defending tax avoidance schemes between 1999 and 2004 to dodge taxes worth $2bn faced by about 200 wealthy individuals.
Ernst & Young has announced that Mark Weinberger has been named its next Global Chairman and CEO.
Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur will be hosting Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool this weekend - Phil Thompson made a bold claim about who the Spurs head coach would've loved to manage.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in Samuel Chukwueze.
Premier League powerhouses Arsenal are set to send Eddie Nketiah back to the Championship after his difficult spell at Bristol City.
Yohan Boli is not Qatar-bound anymore with Leeds United, West Brom, Brentford, Bristol City and Middlesbrough eyeing the Ivory Coast striker.
Aston Villa and Crystal Palace reportedly want Cenk Tosun of Everton.
Leeds United are reportedly interested in Elia Caprile.
Celtic winger Lewis Morgan is reportedly on the verge of leaving Neil Lennon's Hoops and a number of Parkhead fans seem to be ecstatic about the prospect.
Aston Villa, Norwich City and Bristol City reportedly want Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah.
Crystal Palace reportedly want Glenn Murray from Premier League rivals Brighton and Hove Albion - but could Club Brugge's Emmanuel Dennis join him?
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is reportedly on Aston Villa and Newcastle United’s radar.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that public accounting firm Ernst & Young has agreed to pay $9.3m to settle charges that two of the firm’s audit partners got too close to their clients on a personal level and violated rules that ensure firms maintain their objectivity and impartiality during audits.
So far, 2016 has not been a stellar one for big-name initial public offerings (IPOs), but an Ernst & Young report says the mergers and acquisition (M&A) outlook remains positive with more and more non-tech companies acquiring tech companies.