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A new private equity fund aims to raise $200-$300 million to invest in the legal marijuana industry, the Financial Times reports.
AT&T has approached DirecTV about a possible acquisition of the satellite TV company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
There's an old saying in the stock market: sell in May and go away. Now that the first of May is here should we sell?
Janet Yellen surprised no one, and that's terrific news.
The clients had asked the firms to use the trading platform featured in Michael Lewis' "Flash Boys" but were rejected for different reasons.
You may never have to remember your mother's maiden name, your first pet, or the name of your first concert again.
The Fed's decision had been widely expected, even with the weak economic growth data from earlier Wednesday.
The Fed just modestly upgraded its assessment of the economy. Wall Street should be cheering, right?
Another credit bubble is being inflated, according to a senior private equity executive.
When using a simple measure of daily volatility, the stock market isn't showing acute signs of manic-depressive behavior, USA Today reports.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Mar. 19.
Nuclear power producer Exelon Corp. said it would buy Pepco Holdings for $6.83 billion to create the biggest mid-Atlantic electric and gas utility.
The former Citigroup chairman and CEO also tells CNBC that banking regulators should not be adversaries of the companies they oversee.
Pimco's new global equity chief plans a first batch of new hires that could see her investment team grow by half.
Europe's highest court rejected Britain's challenge to a financial transactions tax, raising fears the levy may hit the City.
Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley's chief U.S. equity strategist, lays out the bull case.
David Stockman, former director of the OMB, has an incredibly sour take on stocks.
Mary Jo White tells a House hearing that "the U.S. markets are the strongest and most reliable in the world," rebutting Michael Lewis' assertions in his book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt."
Nat gas prices are set to go higher, according to the chairman and CEO of energy-focused investment firm BP Capital.
Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn, whose epic battle on CNBC stunned Wall Street, exchanged pleasantries last week and decided to forgive each other.
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