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Peter Szilagyi, head of an ethereum development team, tweeted Google Earth images showing the global spread of ethereum nodes.
Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer argues why it doesn't pay to be negative on the stock market.
American Express reported second-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ expectations Wednesday after the bell.
After a New York lender writes down a big chunk of its taxi medallion loan book, analysts wonder if Capital One is next.
Fears of a death by Amazon may be overstated for a few resistant firms according to a team of Jefferies analysts.
Beyond just trading of stocks and bonds, there's a much more important growth engine emerging.
The chairman of the Chinese conglomerate defended his company's financial situation Wednesday amid worries about high debt levels.
The hedge fund billionaire said he is eating his own cooking.
After an overhaul of its bond trading business two years ago, Morgan Stanley is beating rival Goldman at its own game.
The dynamics of US banks hold lessons for executives in banks based in Europe and elsewhere, Financial Times reports.
Analysts continue to lower their views on the prospects for Goldman Sachs as the firm struggles to cope with a tough trading environment.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Shares of IBM dropped around 4 percent in opening trade Wednesday after the multinational technology company announced yet another revenue decline.
Shares of United Continental fall nearly 6 percent after the airline's third-quarter forecast disappoint investors.
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