Gender issues

Goldman pays female U.K. staff 56% less than male colleagues


Goldman Sachs Group Inc. pays women in the U.K. an average of 56% less than male colleagues, another stark example of the entrenched gender imbalances in the richest corners of the global economy.


Capital One's bot likes 'The Bachelor,' and bankers shrug off Amazonophobia


Eno likes reality TV, says Capital One's head of artificial intelligence. Who's afraid of big, bad Amazon? Not Nandita Bakhshi. Goldman Sachs won’t be breaking any glass ceilings. Plus, a study on sexual harassment in banking.


Wealth management fares worst in broad study of sexual harassment


From inappropriate touching to belittling comments, women advisors confront workplace environments that are far from welcoming.


Fearless Girl's first year helped reshape corporate boardrooms


In the year since State Street's Fearless Girl statue started her showdown with Wall Street's Charging Bull, the $2.6 trillion asset manager has faced a confrontation of its own in corporate boardrooms: pressing firms to add more women to their boards.


Santander’s growth strategy, a lawsuit over branch closures and suspicious senators


Santander's Ana Botin is plotting to make the global banking giant even bigger. Senators suspect a Wall Street cover-up of sexual harassment, and Capital One gets sued by the NAACP.


Wall Street suppressing its #MeToo reckoning: Warren, Senate Dems


Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and two colleagues are seeking more information from securities regulators about whether Wall Street firms are covering up signs of sexual harassment.


Kushner bank loans questioned; B of A fires two in harassment probe


Regulator asks three banks for information on dealings with president’s son-in-law; Both interfered with the bank’s investigation into an executive’s behavior.


B of A fires two more employees in sexual harassment probe


The company has fired two additional prime brokerage employees as it continues to investigate accusations of misconduct.


Citi to compensate card customers; BB&T wrestles with technical glitches


Citi will refund $335 million to cardholders whose rates weren’t lowered; customers had trouble with BB&T’s online and phone services and ATMs.


Virgin Money's dynamic duo and a new crypto collective


Cheers to Irene Dorner, who gives Virgin Money its new status as the only major British company with a female chairman-CEO duo. Cryptocurrency is on the minds of some smart women, and Simple tries to be awesome enough to overcome consumer apathy.