Citi Rushes to Replace Corbat in EMEA Top JobOctober 17, 2012Citigroup's new boss Mike
Corbat is rushing to plug the gap he left at the helm of the
U.S. bank's European business, a major hub for investment
banking income but which still lags other regions by revenue.
What's Behind Pandit's Resignation from Citigroup?October 16, 2012Conflicts with Citigroup's board may have spurred the unexpected resignations of CEO Vikram Pandit and president/COO John P. Havens; Michael Corbat promoted from Citigroup's CEO of EMEA to CEO and director of Board.
Mobile Payments, Debit Usage on the RiseOctober 12, 2012The World Payments Report 2012 examines the latest developments in the global payments landscape, including payments volume trends, payment instruments and key regulatory initiatives.
Big Banks Should be Smaller, Says Fed's BullardOctober 11, 2012Big U.S. banks should become
smaller to make any failure more manageable, a senior Federal
Reserve official said on Thursday, supporting a suggestion that
the size of banks be limited to a specific percentage of U.S.
gross domestic product.
Japan's Softbank in Talks for $12.8 Billion Sprint StakeOctober 11, 2012Softbank Corp, Japan's
third-largest mobile carrier, is in talks to buy a majority
stake in U.S. operator Sprint Nextel Corp for more than 1
trillion yen ($12.8 billion), said a source with direct
knowledge of the matter, as it seeks to expand overseas.