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The next 12 months may not prove as rich for IPOs as the last year. But to bankers, 2014 still promises an abundance of opportunity. The NYT reports.
The European Central Bank is not expected to deploy any of its "powerful artillery" next week, but economists warned that calls for more action in 2014 would build.
Berkshire Hathaway has converted much of its debt in building products company USG into more than $600 million of common stock.
The world's largest bond fund, run by Bill Gross, fell 1.92 percent for the year, according to data from Morningstar.
Computerized trading has already taken over Wall Street. But are investors ready to hand their portfolios over to machines, too?
Stocks begin 2014 on the downside—but some of this may be tax related. Traders say investors are reluctant to book profits.
The single biggest task for the ECB in 2014 will be the implementation of the banking union in the currency bloc, said CEO of Société Générale.
Going into 2014, the Bitcoin Foundation expects wider adoption and the recognition of its potential to support bitcoin going forward.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act isn't meant to "crack down" on U.S. companies. It's meant to help them.
Carter Worth, the chief market technician at Oppenheimer & Co, has some cautionary advice for investors basking in the glow of the Dow's 2013 records.
Billionaire investor Steven A. Cohen's SAC Capital Advisors returned 20.10 percent this year, even as it pleaded guilty to insider trading charges.
Stocks are at new highs, with the Volatility Index near the lows for the year.
The company adopted a one-year shareholder rights plan after observing "unusual and substantial activity" in its shares, sources said Tuesday.
The markets should see a correction ranging from 3 to 5 percent in mid-January as the year-end rally loses steam, UBS' Art Cashin said Monday.
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Can do-gooder nonprofits learn from money-hungry hedge fund managers? Some have made the switch to find out.
To prevent falling behind in capturing business in China, JPMorgan turned to a tactic used by rivals: hiring the children of China's ruling elite.
Bank robberies are increasingly being confined to fiction and the times of Bonnie and Clyde, according to the latest figures.
The SEC has asked life insurers to disclose the potential cost of forcibly winding down in-house insurance units known as "captives," The WSJ reports.
China shares may be cheap, but they're likely to stay that way until the bad loans clogging the financial system are cleared, a fund manager said.
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2015 is shaping up as the year the U.S. consumer will have to shine the light for the rest of the world—or else.
The scandal-plagued head of health-care investment banking has resigned to focus on family.
The rapid fall of the ruble and stocks means even more pain for investment managers who have been trying to play Russia.