Friday's Headlines: Citigroup May Be Ready to Shell Out Big Bucks for the Right People
Citigroup's hiring of a government rainmaker is leading many to believe the bank is ready to pay for top talent. [Dealbreaker]
Morgan Stanley is telling employees to expect investment banking bonuses to decline 10 percent to 30 percent. [Bloomberg]
JPMorgan is hiring 100 corporate bankers outside the United States.
Asian companies focused on international expansion are likely to fuel an M&A boom in 2011, according to a new survey.
Financial advisors are among the top ten professions where workers are mostly likely to experience major depression in a given year.