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Credit Suisse Taps Tidjane Thiam As New CEO

Credit Suisse recently announced that Tidjane Thiam will be taking over as CEO when Brady Dougan steps down in June. Thiam, a former Ivory Coast government minister, is currently the CEO of the UK insurer Prudential PLC. 349 more words

Uber Revs Up for a Big U.N. Campaign; Credit Suisse Says Auf Wiedersehen to CEO; Barnes and Noble Books Not Terrible Earnings

Put the pedal to the metal…

Über is stepping on the p.r. gas and teaming up with U.N. Women for a big campaign. There is probably a joke in there somewhere about irony but I’ll let you come up with it. 582 more words

Credit Suisse deals with the decline of bond trading

Making money on Wall Street isn’t what it used to be. Revenues from fixed-income trading–the lifeblood of Wall Street banks in recent years–is shriveling. A… 194 more words

Credit Suisse pleads guilty to criminal charges in US tax evasion settlement

Bank is first in more than a decade to admit to a crime in US and will pay more than $2.5bn in penalties

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BUSINESS AS USUAL AT CREDIT SUISSE-- WITH ADDED CEO AUDACITY!

An Article in today’s New York Times  Deal book by Jenny Anderson summarizes the impact of the U.S. Justice Departments handling  of the Credit Suisse settlement. 248 more words

Score one for the Obama Administration: Credit Suisse Bank found guilty of helping the rich to avoid taxes

(Reuters) – “Credit Suisse saw little immediate impact on Tuesday after it became the largest bank in decades to plead guilty to a U.S. criminal charge and will pay more than $2.5 billion in penalties for helping Americans evade taxes. 610 more words

What Credit Suisse's guilty plea for tax evasion means

(Updated May 19, 8:01pm ET) 

Credit Suisse pleaded guilty to helping wealthy US individuals avoid taxes over a period of decades and agreed to pay more than $2.6 billion ( 414 more words