Morgan Stanley is done with its fixed income cost cutting, Goldman Sachs on the other hand....
It's inevitable that you'll be asked a question about your biggest weakness during a job interview. How should you respond?
Has Goldman Sachs gotten too politically correct to hire good people?
A former prop trader who joined Brevan Howard's struggling Master Fund has left to join Moore Capital.
What does it take to get into one of the world's biggest private equity firms? Senior executives at Blackstone give us the inside view.
Good juniors are hard to find and banks don't want to see them go. Senior staff are a different matter.
The UK is going back to the polls, so what does this mean for finance? Deutsche Bank gets all high tech on monitoring traders.
"I got on the hedonic treadmill in 1999 when I joined Lehman Brothers. I stayed there for 18 years."
What's really going on behind the mirrored facade?
Which jobs is everyone else chasing this year? And which sectors are the most sought-after?