Goldman Sachs and UBS are among banks and investors who control vast numbers of the shares
Officials from Goldman Sachs and UBS were given a grilling by MPs amid complaints that company was undervalued
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
But judge tells UK Uncut that deal was 'not a glorious episode in the history of the Revenue'
A “sweetheart” tax deal which saved Goldman Sachs millions of pounds was agreed by HMRC to save Chancellor George Osborne from “major embarrassment”, a court has heard.
We’re used to disgruntled employees’ resignations doing the rounds these days. In the internet age, those bitter parting words can be uploaded and forwarded in an instant.
The resignation letter of Groupon CEO Andy Mason is not the first to cause a stir. Many disgruntled workers have used their final days to issue a parting shot to their colleagues, an apology for their incompetency, or even an exposé of their firm’s inner workings.
The big question now is whether there has been permanent damage
The column that runs rings round the rest
Are the kids alright? Not really, to judge by the Traverse’s theatre programme. In Simon Stephens’ Morning, which concludes with words “There is only terror. There is no hope”, the troubled state of today’s youth is laid bare in sinister and brutal fashion.
George Osborne will have plenty to ponder when the Olympic caravan finally leaves town
Former boss Jon Corzine has been castigated over a missing $1.6bn – but it seems he has been framed
Banking is not a vocation. No one becomes a trader in order to follow a childhood dream
A senior executive at Goldman Sachs has attacked a “toxic” and “destructive” environment at the leading investment bank in as resignation letter published in the New York Times.
Where dubious decisions could once be taken in the dark, now the spotlight shines brightly