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A spokesman for the automaker said that McLaren "is not in discussion with Apple in respect of any potential investment."
Cooperman says the SEC charges are "without merit" and he plans to fight them.
Start-ups, such as Lemonade and Teambrella, are using peer-to-peer strategies to disrupt to the trillion-dollar insurance industry.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It is the world's biggest IPO since e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding went public in 2014 in a record $25 billion deal.
The Wells Fargo scandal shows that large banks may have become too big to manage and regulate, Sen. David Vitter said.
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FBR Capital Markets managing director Paul Miller said he would change "buy" rating on WFC if the scandal impacted earnings.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf deflected repeated questions about whether pay clawbacks were coming.
After many false starts, we're finally starting to see the IPO market gain ground in September.
Wells Fargo didn't live up to a standard of trust, Sen. Richard Shelby, the Senate Banking Committee chairman, said Tuesday.
If Bill Gross is right about the Fed, then the rest of the market is terribly wrong.
The investigation is looking into how the company factors in climate risk in pricing its projects, according to Dow Jones.
Senator Elizabeth Warren pressed Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf during the committee hearing on Wells Fargo’s account-opening practices.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf arrived at a bruising Capitol Hill hearing with his right hand already wrapped.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren lit into the CEO of Wells Fargo, blasting him personally and saying he should resign.
CEO John Stumpf pledges expanded review of customer accounts as senators push for pay clawbacks.
Brian Faux helped rewrite mortgage policy after the 2007 housing crisis. Now he wants to rewrite how mortgages are bought and sold.
CEO John Stumpf tells a Senate panel Wells Fargo "failed to fulfill our responsibilities to our customers, our team members and the American public."
As the bank heads to Capitol Hill for testimony on a fake accounts scandal, Wells Fargo may have one thing going its way.
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