Due to an editing error, a previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Jack Lew received $21 million from the Lazard financial firm. In fact, Antonio Weiss received $21 million from the Lazard firm.
Steve Mnuchin is the nominee for Treasury secretary. An earlier version misstated his status. Japan's prime minister is Shinzo Abe. An earlier version misspelled his first name.
The version has been updated to reflect that Jamie Dimon's holdings have surged by $229 million since his 2016 "bottom" buy.
This story has been revised to correct Timmer's title.
This story was revised to correct that the fiduciary rule to ensure that financial advisors act in their customers' best interest was separate from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act.
The story was revised to correct key details of Papa John's and Pizza Hut's Super Bowl deals.
This story was revised to correct that Taylor Swift's performance can be seen across all of AT&T's video platforms.
Ed Wasserman, dean at U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, says he misspoke in an earlier version of this article. It was updated to clarify that hate speech is not, on its own, illegal.
This story was revised to correct that the Trump conversation with Pena Nieto was Jan. 27.
This story has been revised to correct the network airing the game and that a 60-second ad costs about $10.4 million.