Bank stocks have had a tough start to 2015 and could face even more difficult sledding should current conditions hold up.
The most powerful woman in hedge funds is off to a red-hot start at the helm of her own firm.
The IPO business could gain momentum despite its slow start in 2015.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors is still bullish on stocks despite a rare losing streak.
Another New York-area JPMorgan Chase employee was involved in an apparent murder-suicide, but it's not clear it's a trend.
Tough to predict where oil is heading
S&P futures moved on reports the EU Commission will offer Greece bailout extension.
New stimulus from the BOJ boosted the dollar-yen in the final quarter of 2014, but as upward momentum wans, charts suggest a test is at hand.
Kenneth Griffin, whose Citadel hedge funds manage $24 billion in assets, said he is approaching 2015 with "vigilance."
Citi calls the recent rise in oil "a head-fake."
It's a good thing for Apple, because otherwise the U.S. profit picture would look a lot different.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday Greece will not seek an extension of its current bailout.
Morgan Stanley is looking to reduce its exposure to hedge funds by selling its stake in Lansdowne, according to a WSJ report.
High tech advances in online education bringing more credibility to online graduate degrees. But this could eventually hurt universities.
After a strong jobs report, market response not so enthusiastic.
When will the Federal Reserve stop acting like the economy is in crisis?
When Wells Fargo customers open up their profile at one of the bank's automated teller machines this week, they'll find a new option.
The jobs report gives the Fed reason to cut rates, and bears say equities have had problems in recent years when rates begin to rise.
Floor-based options trading is a more complicated business.
With each passing year the dividend trade continues to go strong, and 2015 is shaping up as no exception.