LSE-Deutsche Boerse merger could lead to 1,250 job losses; Halfords profits fall; Waitrose wins record share of UK grocery market
Becca Brown worked at Goldman Sachs for almost six years.
Tim Leissner, who was chairman of Goldman Sachs’ Southeast Asia division, left the firm in early February, the bank confirmed yesterday
Managing directors are reporting bonus pay 52 per cent higher than in 2015
The bank said total revenue for the third quarter was $6.4bn, generating net income of $1.43bn, a lower figure than analysts had estimated
Engineering firm Amec today revealed a $3.2 billion (£1.9 billion) potential offer for rival Foster Wheeler, keeping up this year’s hectic start for takeover activity.
The bank economist charts the rise of the emerging nations in a new BBC radio series. David Connett meets Jim O'Neill
Goldman Sachs has warned that it would move its European operations to Paris or Frankfurt if Britain leaves the European Union.
Former vice-president found liable after complex subprime mortgage deal that led to $1bn losses
Financial giant is accused of exploiting rules over metal warehousing in order to manipulate commodity prices
Goldman Sachs has beaten Wall Street estimates by doubling its quarterly profit through investing its own money and underwriting.
Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre is in court over allegations he misled investors