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Email transcripts released by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) show RBS bankers joking about destroying the housing market before the 2008 crash.
Thousands of young Wall Streeters got the results of one of the toughest exams in the world — over half failed
In June, after countless hours of studying, lots of late nights, and gallons of coffee, more than 100,000 aspiring financial analysts around the world took the notorious Chartered Financial Analyst exam. On Tuesday, they find out how they did.
Wall Street dealmakers are putting in place new provisions to help protect clients from #MeToo scandals.
Wall Street bonuses are set to soar as volatility breathes new life into trading desks once left for dead
Wall Street bonuses may surge over the next six months as volatility breathes new life into trading desks left for dead, according to a quarterly report from a well-known compensation consultant.
‘Facebook throws some napalm on the fire’: Here’s what Wall Street is saying about Facebook’s bombshell Q2 earnings
Nearly $150 billion was wiped off the value of Facebook on Wednesday after the company missed Wall Street's expectations on revenue growth and user numbers. Analysts lowered their price targets and said the worst is yet to come for Facebook.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, is due to report its earnings for the second quarter after the close of trading on Monday. Get all the info first at Business Insider.
Wall Streeters are having trouble putting down political novels and thrillers this summer. Check out which books Wall Streeters are recommending everyone read.
For a better look at what professionals on Wall Street tend to earn based on their degrees, Business Insider reached out to salary-comparison website Emolument. Some degrees tend to lead to higher pay than others.
Salary-comparison website Emolument shared data with Business Insider on average salaries and bonuses for Wall Streeters at different stages of their careers.
Wall Street traders had a fun ritual every Friday the 13th to scare off evil spirits that could crash the stock market. The ritual ended after the 1987 stock-market crash.