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Spying Scandal at Credit Suisse Leads to Top Executive’s Resignation

Spying Scandal at Credit Suisse Leads to Top Executive’s Resignation

Pierre-Olivier Bouée, the bank’s chief operating officer, had hired an investigator to track the head of wealth management, who left for a rival.
Fed Stress Tests Find Top Banks Are Strong, Setting Stage for Wave of Payouts

Fed Stress Tests Find Top Banks Are Strong, Setting Stage for Wave of Payouts

The Federal Reserve said the largest banks were generally well prepared to withstand a severe crisis, although Credit Suisse must improve its operations.
French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

Crackdowns on tax evasion in France and other countries have put Swiss banks like UBS on the defensive.
French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

Crackdowns on tax evasion in France and other countries have put Swiss banks like UBS on the defensive.
After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

The financial district of San Juan looms over houses covered by tarps after Hurricane Maria devastated the area last year.
After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

The financial district of San Juan looms over houses covered by tarps after Hurricane Maria devastated the area last year.
Credit Suisse Fined $77 Million in Corruption Inquiry

Credit Suisse Fined $77 Million in Corruption Inquiry

The Credit Suisse board chairman, Urs Rohner, in Zurich in April. The bank is the latest Wall Street firm to run afoul of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act through its Chinese hiring practices.
The Small Club of Bank Executives Charged With Crisis-Era Crimes Just Got Bigger
New York’s Top Court Limits Time Frame for Martin Act Lawsuits

New York’s Top Court Limits Time Frame for Martin Act Lawsuits

A decision on Tuesday by the New York State Court of Appeals curtailed a lawsuit that the attorney general’s office filed against Credit Suisse in 2012.
Eric Schneiderman’s Legacy in Financial Cases May Survive His Downfall

Eric Schneiderman’s Legacy in Financial Cases May Survive His Downfall

Eric Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general since 2011, resigned this week after a report about allegations that he assaulted four women he dated.
Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

John Cryan, left, and Christian Sewing at a news conference in Frankfurt in February. On Sunday, the bank’s supervisory board said that Mr. Sewing would replace Mr. Cryan as chief executive.
Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

Deutsche Bank Replaces C.E.O. Amid Losses and Lack of Direction

John Cryan, left, and Christian Sewing at a news conference in Frankfurt in February. On Sunday, the bank’s supervisory board said that Mr. Sewing would replace Mr. Cryan as chief executive.
Volatility Rattles Stocks, and Investors Who Bet on a Continuing Calm

Volatility Rattles Stocks, and Investors Who Bet on a Continuing Calm

Seth Golden in his home office in Florida. Despite the recent market volatility, he plans to keep placing bets against the so-called fear index in the belief that the uncertainty will pass.
Volatility Rattles Stocks, and Investors Who Bet on a Continuing Calm

Volatility Rattles Stocks, and Investors Who Bet on a Continuing Calm

Seth Golden in his home office in Florida. Despite the recent market volatility, he plans to keep placing bets against the so-called fear index in the belief that the uncertainty will pass.
Fair Game: In a Mortgage-Crisis Settlement, Did a Bank Get Off Easy?

Fair Game: In a Mortgage-Crisis Settlement, Did a Bank Get Off Easy?

Neil M. Barofsky in 2010 while serving as the special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program. Mr. Barofsky is overseeing the compliance of Credit Suisse with a settlement reached with
Movers: Tax Cuts, Twitter and a Pokémon Bounce

Movers: Tax Cuts, Twitter and a Pokémon Bounce

Steven T. Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, spoke during an event at the Newseum in Washington on Wednesday.
Credit Suisse Will Raise $4 Billion to Address Capital Concerns

Credit Suisse Will Raise $4 Billion to Address Capital Concerns

Tidjane Thiam, the chief executive of Credit Suisse, is shifting its business model away from riskier, capital-intensive trading and banking.
Greater Corruption in China? A Billionaire Says He Has Evidence

Greater Corruption in China? A Billionaire Says He Has Evidence

Guo Wengui has criticized the effectiveness of the Communist Party’s anti-corruption campaign.
Credit Suisse to Eliminate 5,500 Jobs in Latest Cost-Cutting Drive

Credit Suisse to Eliminate 5,500 Jobs in Latest Cost-Cutting Drive

Tidjane Thiam, chief executive of Credit Suisse, at the bank’s headquarters in Zurich on Tuesday. Under his leadership, the bank is shifting away from riskier, capital-intensive trading and banking