Bill Gross learnt his nous for numbers counting cards at the blackjack tables of Las Vegas.
Early investors in Chinese online giant Alibaba are set to sell $8bn worth of shares Friday morning, escaping the “lockup” that usually requires them to hold their shares for several months.
Eight companies that have drawn shareholder protests over their bosses' pay for the past two years should open talks with investors to avoid a third year of rebellion, pension funds say.
Much of the debate about devolution rightly focuses on the prospect of 5.2 million Scots waving goodbye to the UK in a couple of weeks. In the background, away from the fiery spray of words between Edinburgh and London is a debate about how the 53 million people in England could benefit from a bit of devolution themselves.
Former House majority leader Eric Cantor is seeking a post-political life on Wall Street, joining boutique investment bank Moelis & Co to a salary of $1.8m a year and the price of a Manhattan apartment.
Two of London's most famous streets are now part-owned by Norway's sovereign wealth fund after it paid £343m to snap up a share in an estate covering four acres of the capital's West End.
Anthony Jenkins has put great store on changing the culture at Barclays and restoring trust in the bank through the Transform programme.
The chairman of HSBC is calling on the government to temporarily delay new rules intended to make the banking industry less vulnerable to crisis.
Shell has committed itself to spending over $30bn (£17.7bn) buying back its shares and handing out higher dividends over two years.
After so many years of economic gloom, it’s nice to have some good news. On Thursday, such tidings came in the form of a surge in the valuation of Facebook, which climbed to more than $192bn in the wake of good first-quarter earnings.