Just seven years after his brokerage firm collapsed, former Lehman Bros. CEO Dick Fuld is back in the real estate business.» Read More
A recent move by CalPERS was seen as a victory for critics of hedge funds' high fees and low transparency and liquidity.
Friday's markets could be volatile as investors wonder if this week's selloff is the start of a bigger pullback or just end-of-quarter profit-taking.
The U.S. dollar held on to its four-year high on Friday, thanks to Thursday’s Wall Street selloff.
U.S. Bank is refunding about $48 million in the latest federal settlement over improper billing for products that customers didn't receive.
Seniority and lifelong employment are synonymous with Japan's employment system, but Hitachi could change that.
Japan's legions of retail foreign-exchange traders, popularly known as Mrs Watanabe, are turning into sellers of yen.
Investors are still betting on a rising stock market, but they've been doing so with less long-term conviction.
A number of factors appear to be moving markets around, and there are at least two developments that are getting a lot of attention.
A few new IPOs have priced well, yet others have been forced to discount from the initial price talk. Why?
JPMorgan was the top performing investment bank in the first half of the year, making $11.5 billion in revenue, data showed on Thursday.
The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record $554 million to settle longstanding claims by America's largest Indian tribe.
Saudi Arabia risks falling into a budget deficit next year and may have to tap its massive oil revenue reserves.
The euro's drop to its lowest against the U.S. dollar in almost two years may be just the beginning, with some expecting falls to levels last seen in 2003.
The euro neareda 2-year low against the dollar, as the President of the ECB spoke at a conference at the Bank of Lithuania.
Here's what could make the Fed's exit strategy from economic stimulus fast and furious, says Fast Money trader Brian Kelly.
The largest-ever initial public offering for a bank is unlikely to prompt a stampede for the sector.
This week was supposed to be a major test of the IPO market after Alibaba. The results are in, and they are decidedly mixed.
Mester, the new president of the Cleveland Fed, is thought by some to be on the hawkish end of the central bank's spectrum.
Big investors still think China is one of the best emerging markets to bet on.
He bashed rival funds such as Elliott Management, which has invested in Argentine bonds and held out for full payment, calling their behavior immoral.
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