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    1. November 23, 2010

      A system to be avoided, not emulated

      From Prof Ranald Michie. Sir, What a distorted view of banking history was provided by Justin Baer (“Banks are at the heart...

    2. September 24, 2010

      Wall Street: from recession to regulation

      Wall Street blues: in spite of large banks’ return to profitability, the industry’s future remains uncertain Two years ago...

    1. August 22, 2010

      Interactive graphic: Bank CEO pay 2009

      When the Financial Times decided in late 2009 to conduct its inaugural survey of bank chief executive pay, the industry had...

    2. April 20, 2010

      Apollo to cut fees it charges Calpers

      Apollo Global Management has agreed to trim the fees it charges Calpers by $125m over the next five years.The private equity...

    3. March 29, 2010

      WaMu files plan of reorganisation

      Washington Mutual, the failed bank sold to JPMorgan Chase, on Friday filed a plan of reorganisation with the US bankruptcy...

    4. March 17, 2010

      Green Hill agrees to buy Caliburn

      Greenhill, the investment-banking boutique founded by veteran dealmaker Robert Greenhill, has agreed to buy Australia's...

    5. March 16, 2010

      Bank builder reaps benefit of stalwarts at his side

      Two executives have been at Bob Diamond's side before, during and after BarCap's purchase of Lehman Brothers' US operations:...

    6. March 2, 2010

      Goldman exceeds trading record

      Goldman Sachs made at least $100m in net trading revenues last year on 131 separate occasions, or about every other day,...

    7. February 24, 2010

      Morgan Stanley lawyer steps down

      Gary Lynch will step down as Morgan Stanley's senior in-house lawyer, becoming the latest executive to change posts since...

    8. February 19, 2010

      Ex-UBS executive settles claims

      David Shulman, a former UBS executive, agreed to pay New York state $2.75m to settle claims he profited from insider...

    9. January 28, 2010

      M&A pioneer returns to Lazard

      Felix Rohatyn, the corporate dealmaker who helped pioneer the merger-advisory industry, has returned to Lazard, his Wall...

    10. January 23, 2010

      Barclays seeks to head off criticism by deferring bonuses of top staff

      Britain's Barclays Bank plans to defer up to 100 per cent of the bonuses of top staff to head off criticism of bankers' pay...

    11. January 18, 2010

      US banks to announce glad tidings

      Many of the biggest US banks will confirm this week what many analysts, regulators and politicians already know: Wall Street...

    12. January 7, 2010

      Cadbury rejects Hershey rumours

      Cadbury yesterday denied speculation that it had approached Hershey as a white knight to protect it from the bid from...

    13. January 7, 2010

      'White knight' rumours dismissed

      Cadbury yesterday denied speculation that it had approached Hershey as a white knight to protect it from the bid from Kraft,...

    14. December 28, 2009

      Fifty faces that shaped the decade

      In a decade that opened with the devastating events of September 11 and had survived the prospect of a global economic...

    15. December 19, 2009

      Regulators sift through bank data

      Securities regulators are combing through data requested from more than 10 Wall Street firms about how they share...

    16. December 17, 2009

      Lehman to pay $50m in bonuses

      Lehman Brothers has won its request to pay $50m in bonuses to employees charged with unwinding the investment bank's...

    17. December 5, 2009

      Geithner takes issue with Goldman's analysis

      Tim Geithner took aim yesterday at a central plank of Goldman Sachs' claim to be different, arguing that all the big banks...

    18. October 29, 2009

      Lufthansa faces earnings pressure

      Lufthansa, Europe's biggest airline by market value, shocked investors yesterday warning that its earnings targets faced...

    19. October 27, 2009

      Video: Justin Baer on the airline industry

    20. October 12, 2009

      Soros to invest in clean energy

      George Soros, the billionaire investor, philanthropist and political activist, has trained his eye on a challenge that will...

    21. July 28, 2009

      Honeywell warns on profits

      Honeywell International suffered a squeeze on results in all major divisions amid the downturn and warned that its 2009...

    22. June 16, 2009

      GE in healthcare incentives plan

      General Electric plans to extend $100m in interest-free debt to US hospitals and physicians to help spur demand for the...

    23. June 15, 2009

      Corporate Diary

      TUESDAY 16 * While other US retailers close their doors, Best Buy , the largest US consumer electronics retailer, continues...

    24. June 12, 2009

      Boeing slashes industry forecast

      Boeing trimmed its 20-year outlook for industrywide aircraft deliveries, conceding the bitter downturn in air-travel...

    25. May 1, 2009

      Mystery still surrounds the 'shoot-out' for a successor

      It was billed as the "investment shoot-out of the century". But two years after Warren Buffett said he would hire up to...

    26. March 11, 2009

      Jobs go at United Technologies

      United Technologies plans to eliminate 11,600 jobs in response to a steepening downturn that has swept through many of the...

    27. February 14, 2009

      Buffett invests in Tiffany bonds

      Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to invest $250m in bonds issued by Tiffany, the luxury jeweller, in the...

    28. January 23, 2009

      Fuel hedges drain Southwest profit

      Southwest Airlines reported its second quarterly loss in a row as jet fuel hedges, which insulated the carrier from surging...

    29. December 17, 2008

      GE expects fresh fall in profits

      General Electric delivered a sober outlook for 2009, leaving little doubt profits would fall for a second straight year as...

    30. November 17, 2008

      GE head in hunt for media bargains

      Jeffrey Immelt is interested in buying media assets in a sign that a slumping economy has not shaken General Electric's...

    31. November 13, 2008

      GE arm wins federal guarantee

      General Electric's financial arm won a federal guarantee on its debt yesterday, the second time in a month that the...

    32. November 11, 2008

      DHL halts US domestic service

      DHL's express delivery service within the US is to close with the loss of 9,500 jobs after Deutsche Post, its parent...

    33. October 22, 2008

      United Airlines slips into loss

      United Airlines, the US carrier, yesterday said higher fuel costs had caused it to swing to a quarterly net loss. While the...

    34. August 7, 2008

      Airlines brief US officials on deal

      American Airlines, British Airways and Spain's Iberia - three carriers on the verge of unveiling a transcontinental venture...

    35. August 7, 2008

      British Airways to brief regulators

      British Airways, American Airlines, and Spain's Iberia, three carriers on the verge of unveiling a transcontinental...

    36. August 5, 2008

      New York airports congestion blow

      The operator of New York's regional airports vowed to block airlines from using take-off and landing slots won through...

    37. July 24, 2008

      Northwest flies into $377m loss

      Northwest Airlines swung to a quarterly loss after the US carrier, which will merge with rival Delta Air Lines this year,...

    38. July 12, 2008

      Shinsei Bank buys conglomerate's Japanese consumer finance unit

      GE has agreed to sell its Japanese consumer finance arm and other businesses to Shinsei Bank, a mid-sized Toyko lender that...

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