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Deutsche Bank has “serious” failings in its controls against money laundering, according to the UK’ s financial watchdog, the FT reports.
Norway's sovereign welath fund is launching a crackdown on executive pay, targeting high salaries at firms globally, the Financial Times reports.
The Fed may need more powers to provide emergency funding to securities firms in order to deal with a liquidity crunch, New York Fed President said.
Berkshire Hathaway held its annual shareholders meeting, as attendees listened closely to Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.
Some hot global property markets may be showing signs of cooling off, but that hasn’t dissuaded Dubai’s Emaar Properties.
The Oracle of Omaha is still trying to figure out the rapid online growth, something Amazon has done very well.
The blacklisted state wants wider inclusion in the international financial system, according to Iran's Central Bank Governor Valiollah Seif.
Warren Buffett is not worried about who becomes the next president of the United States.
Charlie Munger had some harsh words for people over-preaching about the health risks of drinking to much Coke.
More than 40,000 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders flocked to Omaha for the business conglomerate's annual shareholders meeting.
Precision Castparts is now a better company because of this, Warren Buffett says.
This Berkshire Hathaway business fell significantly in the first quarter, and Warren Buffett says it will stay depressed.
As market watchers gear up to change their investment strategies for the summer, these experts share their favorite strategies.
Markets are complacent and at risk of mild correction
Big banks got a first-quarter surprise: consumer deposits outpace banks' commercial and corporate client account growth.
Wall Street's crazy spending spree, with third homes in Hawaii, is finally over. Turney Duff breaks it down.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explores the old investment adage of "sell in May and go away" to find any trends that could help you make money.
The "Fast Money" traders share which trades they'd make at the market open.
U.S. funds also recommended increasing alternative investment allocations to the highest since that time as well, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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