Thursday's Headlines: UBS Returns to Commodities

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UBS re-launched its global commodities business, and will double its team of 40 in the next few years. [WSJ]

State Street will cut 1,400 jobs beginning this week, after it eliminated 1,700 during the first quarter of 2009. [Fierce Finance via Bloomberg]

MBA students are seeing an improved job market but hiring levels are still down compared with pre-recession numbers. [WSJ]

New rules have had a negative impact on Wall Street's pay culture, according to a new study. [Financial News]

The recent slew of insider trading cases have blurred the line between research and improperly disseminated information. [Dealbook]

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