Strong dollar buffets GE amid restructure

Industrial core business shows healthy growth

Leach stands down in BlackRock reshuffle

Head of European capital markets considers ‘other opportunities’

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 18

Indian tax, financial fines, global gym deals and Yahoo-Microsoft revise search deal

Struggle at America’s Main Street banks

Bank earnings remain under pressure until Fed lifts rates

Goldman Sachs banker Sonia Pereiro-Mendez arrives with an unknown man at the Central London Employment Tribunal in London, after she claimed she was cheated out of millions of pounds in bonuses and subjected to sexist comments because she is a woman.
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Goldman sued over ‘sex discrimination’

Banker claims she was cheated out of millions in bonuses

Elliot squares up to Alliance Trust

The bruiser from New York is taking on an unlikely opponent

Santander strikes fund management deal

Bank merges asset management business with UniCredit’s Pioneer

Daniel Stewart warns of Aim delisting

Broker scrambles for nomad replacement for Westhouse

Bloomberg suffers global terminal outage

Investors lose use of screens after connection terminated

Alliance Trust in fresh plea to investors

Fund manager sends letter in bid to fend off hedge fund Elliott

Jawbone to roll out tap-to-pay service

Tie-up with Amex to enable wireless payments with fitness band

Peter Thiel backs two Berlin start-ups

Investor in deals despite previously dubbing Europe a ‘slacker’

Goldman regains swagger of bygone era

Return on equity of 14.7% was best performance in 18 quarters

Wall Street earnings signal end of malaise

Profits from Goldman and Citi boost hope of cyclical recovery

Goldman Sachs: principles and agent

US investment bank may just be returning to its heritage

Bernanke joins hedge fund in market debut

Former Fed chair starts as Citadel recovers from $1bn trading loss

Mandelson’s mellowing views

Mandelson move; HSBC demotion; Honeymoon chatter; Marsh & Parsons

BlackRock stems active fund outflows

Recovery in investor interest in European markets

Leaner Citigroup beats earnings forecasts

Chief executive Mike Corbat on course to meet two-year targets

ISS backs Elliott in Alliance battle

Shareholder group advises vote in favour of new directors on board

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