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Billionaire distressed asset investor Wilbur Ross had to make a very tough call recently, according to the New York Post.
As the worst-performing sector this year, financial stocks might make a tempting target for investors looking for value.
Ousted LendingClub CEO and co-founder Renaud Laplanche has been speaking to private-equity firms and banks about financing a potential buyout.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The market is miscalculating when the Fed will hike interest rates, according to Matarin Capital hedge fund manager Nili Gilbert.
Suzuki Motor Corp's Chief Executive and Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Exec Vice President Osamu Honda will retire.
The proceeds of a $3 billion bond sale by a troubled Malaysia state fund didn't pass through any Singapore bank, the city-state's central bank said.
If Fed policy was a fairy tale, the title might be "The Central Bank That Cried Wolf."
Regulators reportedly barred a U.S. private equity firm from taking a piece of a hot fintech start-up.
The Federal Reserve’s role in financial markets has grown too large, legendary investor Jim Grant says.
Federal Reserve officials looked like fools after Friday's weak jobs report, but Janet Yellen did not, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Sequoia handed off its position on Elevate's board after a sexual harassment lawsuit against partner Michael Goguen.
Digital technology has become more pervasive on the industrial side of the economy, and GE has been in the forefront.
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The companies invested in a fund, named for Knight of the Round Table, backing loans originated through their partnership.
Fintech has created a host of start-ups intent on stealing market share from old-school banks, but there are plenty of obstacles ahead.
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