Anyone who has been hired by Bank of America could surely have got a more civilised job elsewhere. Photograph: Chris Keane/Bloomberg

Working 14 hours a day is ruinous to your health, your family, your relationships, your personality and your temper. It’s also thoroughly inefficient.(...)

Pedestrians pass in front of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, yesterday. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Trading in Nasdaq-listed stocks including Apple, Google and Microsoft ground to a halt just after midday in New York yesterday as the second largest U(...)

Bank of Ireland closed up 3 per cent on a day when other banks around Europe were going in the opposite direction

Markets were nervous ahead of a release from the US Federal Reserve of the minutes of its July policy meeting, which may shed light on when it will st(...)

A programming error at Goldman Sachs caused unintended stock-option orders to flood American exchanges yesterday morning, roiling markets and shaking (...)

British banking group Lloyds is to take a £330 million hit on the cut-price sale of its loss-making German insurance arm. The lender has agreed to sel(...)

Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley have held talks with one of China’s biggest bad banks about investing in its $1.5 billion stake sale a(...)

The deal will see Goldman Sachs and Azora buy a package of flats principally in Madrid city but also in other parts of the region. Photograph: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

The regional government of Madrid has sold a portfolio of residential flats to Goldman Sachs private equity and Azora, the investment group, for €201 (...)

Justice deferred

Last week, JPMorgan Chase, an American bank, agreed to pay $410 million (€309million) to the US energy regulator to settle allegations that it had man(...)

Former Goldman Sachs bond trader Fabrice Tourre was found liable for fraud for his role in a failed mortgage deal that cost investors $1 billion. Photograph: Reuters

A jury found former Goldman Sachs Group Inc vice president Fabrice Tourre liable for fraud for his role in a failed mortgage deal that cost investors(...)

Pfffft: every time you crack open a can, remember that Goldman is extracting its fraction of a cent. Photograph: Ramin Talaie/Bloomberg

I was reminded recently about a classic tale of greed and excess in the world of high finance, a narrative that exposes the moral turpitude so prevale(...)

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