U.S. regulators asked to review the rules for shareholder voting after a firm collecting ballots for bank cut off board opponents from polling information.
Steven A. Cohen's hedge fund says it will no longer cooperate "unconditionally" with insider trading investigation.
Fears grow over banks addicted to ECB support; move could see banks cut off from Frankfurt's lifeline.
Ousted Citigroup boss takes equity stake and may head up proposed new bank for financial services firm.
One of the financial data provider's biggest customers wants to know what bank information Bloomberg News reporters had been able to see.
Europe's largest bank plans to cut annual costs by up to another $3 billion.
U.S. senator wants regulators and prosecutors to provide an economic justification for letting big banks settle investigations without admitting any wrongdoing.
Approval sign of growing trade relations between the two BRICS
Inquiry looks into allegations that bank made improper payments to Prince Turki bin Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz, a son of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah.
Bank's presiding director Lee Raymond and William Weldon, chairman of the corporate governance and nominating committee, write to shareholders.
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