News Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

Gabriel joined JPMorgan in 2004 and worked in technology. He was not a trader or a banker.

Evander Holyfield joins the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ circus with housemate Luisa Zissman

The News Matrix: Thursday 2 January 2014

Top JP Morgan staff earned £2.1m each

JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US

JPMorgan paid more than 100 top staff £2.1m in 2012

Bank reported a record net income for the year of $21bn, up 12% on the previous year

Review of the Year: View from the US saw a female hand on the Fed tiller, and two fine messes

The taper

After months of deliberation, during which time world markets convulsed wildly as investors speculated about the direction of monetary policy in the world’s largest economy, the US Federal Reserve this month reduced the size of its bond-buying programme.

BAE shares dive as UAE pulls out of £6bn Typhoon deal

BAE Systems shares declined more than 4 per cent in early trade today as investors got their first chance to react to its bad news about two major Middle East jet fighter contracts last night.

Mark Zuckerberg announces $2.3bn Facebook share sale

Facebook shares fall as much as 5 per cent in pre-market trading

JP Morgan’s chief executive Jamie Dimon

JP Morgan set to bar traders from online chat rooms

Wall Street giant JP Morgan is expected to ban traders from online chat rooms this week.

The Week Ahead: Analysts are betting Betfair is onto a winner

Place your bets ahead of tomorrow when Betfair reports its half-year results.

What the Sunday Papers Said

Independent on Sunday: Ofwat chairman in hot water over outside job

Britain’s top water regulator has been drawn into a conflict-of-interest row after taking an outside job with a $2bn (£1.2bn) New York fund looking to invest in European utilities. Jonson Cox, Ofwat chairman for a year, agreed to join the former UN secretary general Boutros Boutros-Ghali as an adviser to I Squared Capital earlier this month.

(Left to right) John Mayne, JP Morgan; Ben Storey, Citibank; James Robertson, UBS; Richard Cormack, Goldman Sachs; Gert Zonneveld, Panmure Gordon and James Agnew, Deutsche Bank at the Business Select Committee

The bankers making millions from the Royal Mail firesale

Goldman Sachs and UBS are among banks and investors who control vast numbers of the shares

Big, but not clever: MPs attack Royal Mail banks

Vince Cable rejected chance to raise float price in the days before undervalued launch

JP Morgan agrees to record $13bn settlement with US government

The historic deal is the largest ever struck between authorities in the United States and a single company

JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US

JPMorgan agrees $4.5bn payout over mortgage security mis-selling claims

Deal follows preliminary agreement with US government which could see it pay out $13 billion over bad mortgage investments

Market Report: Ultra Electronics hit as defence cuts begin

Shares in the anti-submarine warfare specialist Ultra Electronics dived yesterday as US defence cuts began to hurt. But Ultra is in good company – its warning on delayed US deals follows similar alerts from peers Cobham and Meggitt.

Another rider many punters have latched on to this season is Oisin Murphy

Bell a sound proposition to ring out the Flat season on a November Handicap Hi

A jockey from Northern Ireland may be the toast of Town Moor today, but this time the rider in question is not Tony McCoy, but a young woman making her way in the racing world whom few casual followers of the sport will have yet heard of.

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Glasgow girl made good

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