barclays libor scandal

Gary Gensler, chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, told the FT that the existing system was "unsustainable
"The report makes for uncomfortable reading in parts," Barclays Chairman David Walker said in a statement. Barclays, which
Jason Linkins, HuffPost political reporter, talks with HuffPost Live hosts Jacob Soboroff and Alyona Minkovski about 'Fix The Debt', a major player in the deficit hack industry, asking people to contact their representatives to help us avert going off the fiscal cliff.
* Barclays chairman says sorry to shareholders, customers Roger Jenkins was the main architect of that fundraising. He left
Given the broad scope of the Libor case and the number of institutions thought to be involved, the investigations could provide
Peter Tchir of TF Market Advisors tried in a research note this morning to arrive at what some of the big numbers might look
As president of the New York Federal Reserve before and during the financial crisis, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner
Of course, any teenager sneaking sips out of his parents' liquor cabinet can tell you that you don't just guzzle down whole
There are still big capital benefits from running a diversified, universal bank, and the practical considerations of separation
Some New York-based Barclays bankers were dumbfounded and ready to revolt when they read a letter written by former Barclays
Barclays Chairman Marcus Agius quit on Monday, saying "the buck stops with me" after an interest rate rigging scandal dealt