Wall Street is hiring again, albeit cautiously as new rules take shape. [Financial News]
JPMorgan used its investor day to reveal its ambitious growth plans in emerging markets.
Incentive pay for four top execs at Citigroup is close to $12 million, but the plan is drawing scrutiny from some. [FT]
Jamie Dimon's former deputy at JPMorgan, Bill Winters, is launching a new hedge fund. [Finaltarnatives]
Laid off CFOs and senior marketing execs are taking part-time roles to replace lost salaries. [Boston Globe]