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Lazard elects former Citigroup chairman Richard Parsons to board
Parsons served as chairman of Citigroup Inc. from February 2009 until his retirement in April 2012. He had served as a director on its board since 1996.
Ex-Citigroup VP gets eight years for stealing $22 million
NEW YORK A former Citigroup Inc (C.N) vice president who admitted to embezzling more than $22 million was sentenced on Friday to 8 years in prison, federal prosecutors said.
Where Does Haiti Fit in Citigroup's Corporate History?
June 13 (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc.'s online timeline commemorating its 200th anniversary presents a story of achievement, progress and world-uniting vision, but it says little about the Republic of Haiti -- and no wonder.
Citigroup Promotes Larsen Global Head of Retail Banking
Citigroup Inc., the third-biggest U.S. lender, appointed Hong Kong-based Jonathan Larsen to global head of retail banking as Chief Executive Officer Vikram Pandit pushes deeper into Asia for revenue growth.
Citigroup Leads Wall Street in Moody's Downgrade Dismissal
Citigroup Inc., the lender whose credit rating was cut by Moody's Investors Service to the lowest since its 1998 creation, led Wall Street banks in dismissing downgrades and urged investors to seek alternative analyses.
Moody's downgrades RBC two notches  Financial Post
Moody's downgrade gives edge to safe-haven banks  Reuters
Executive compensation: Shareholders have their say
Advisory votes on pay have been even more controversial in the United States, where 41 companies have “lost” their say on pay votes this year, including banking giant Citigroup Inc., according to an analysis last week by compensation firm Steven Hall ...
Citi Bets That Proofs Lead to Profits
Seeking a shot in the arm for the ailing banking business, Citigroup Inc. C -0.32 % is expanding into a little-known but fast-growing field known as identity proofing—the tedious and time-consuming task of proving people are who they say they are.
Interest Rate Probe Escalates
Representatives of Citigroup, HSBC and J.P. Morgan declined to comment. Lloyds and RBS both said they were cooperating with the ongoing investigations.
Masseurs challenge cosy assumptions  Financial Times
Barclays Libor Fine Sends Stocks Lower as Probes Widen  Bloomberg
Citigroup Faces $5 Billion Hit on Dollar's Rise
Citigroup Inc.'s book value could take a $3 billion to $5 billion “hit” this quarter as currencies in some of its biggest markets decline against the U.S.
Argentina's YPF soars most in three years after billionaire Slim gets 8.4% stake
Walter Moreno/BloombergThe YPF SA refinery stands in Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina. Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim controls 32.9 million of YPF's Class D shares, or an 8.4% stake worth US$345-million, according to a regulatory filing yesterday from the Buenos ...