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Deutsche Bank reaches $16 million settlement over SEC lawsuit alleging it preferentially hired relatives of Russian and Chinese officials
The hires revealed in the filing are related to Chinese and Russian officials, several of which work for state-owned enterprises.
Deutsche Bank leads the way on cuts, but Barclays, HSBC, Société Générale and Citigroup are also reducing headcount.
Deutsche Bank and Wall Street banks reportedly just gave Congress thousands of documents related to Russians with possible ties to Trump
Investigators are looking into whether there was potential foreign influence on Trump and his family, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A fired Deutsche Bank trader reportedly sent 450 internal messages after leaving — and the bank is probing a potential client data breach
Around 50 traders in London and New York had access to work emails weeks after leaving, in another black eye for the beleaguered bank.
In early July, Deutsche Bank announced it planned to layoff 18,000 employees as part of major overhaul to its business.
The German bank was looking for signs that he had been using his money for sex trafficking, The New York Times reported.
Deutsche Bank just posted its biggest loss since 2008 after taking a $3.8 billion charge to overhaul the bank
The bank's shares are plunging after posting a net loss of €3.1 billion after "strategic transformation charges." It's the worst loss since 2008.
Deutsche Bank’s CEO fretted about ‘mercenary,’ ‘buccaneering’ traders ruining the brand before saying ‘The party i...
The Financial Times chronicled how Deutsche Bank went from the world's largest holder of assets to its subsequent decline.
Deutsche Bank is reportedly paying ‘danger money’ to hire bankers worried about joining the troubled bank
The Germany-based bank recently announced a plan to cut 18,000 jobs amid a massive firmwide restructuring.
Slack is now bigger than Deutsche Bank. Here are 8 other companies that also eclipsed the once giant German lender.
After the company's week from hell, and months of share declines, these companies now have a larger market capitalization.