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The department-store chain saw its loss more than quadruple — a big miss compared to what analysts had expected. Revenue, however, beat. Shares fell sharply after-hours.
British regulators fined JPMorgan Chase $4.7 million on Thursday for failings in its wealth management division.
Home sales were essentially flat in April; the big news came in inventory, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
If it sounds like Fed Chair Ben Bernanke is dancing in his testimony, it's because he is doing rhetorical figure eights in trying to signal where the Fed is going.
Fed Chair Ben Bernanke told Congress the U.S. job market remains weak, and it is too soon to end its stimulus. Stocks spiked on his comments.
Gary Parr, Lazard vice chairman, explains why he is concerned about the fate of charitable giving.
Gary Parr, Lazard vice chairman, discusses how investor activism impacts corporate governance; and explains how regulations and stricter capital controls are impacting big banks.
Merck inked a $5 billion share repurchase agreement with Goldman Sachs, as the drug giant looks to prop up shareholder value in face of competition from generics makers.
A proposal to cleave the roles of chairman and CEO at banking giant JPMorgan Chase was defeated in a narrow shareholder vote on Tuesday.
William Gerber, TD Ameritrade CFO; Tom Naratil, UBS CFO; and Timothy Sloan, Wells Fargo CFO, share their perspective on job creation and the economic recovery.
William Gerber, TD Ameritrade CFO; Tom Naratil, UBS CFO and Timothy Sloan, Wells Fargo CFO, share their perspective on the impact of regulations on global banking competition.
What Warren Buffett once called "financial weapons of mass destruction" are firing again, with securitization and shadow banking at post-crisis highs.
Ahead of the JPMorgan Chase shareholder vote Tuesday to split the chairman and CEO roles currently held by Jamie Dimon, banking analyst Richard Bove lauded Dimon's track record.
Brazil faced a minor bank run over the weekend, but one analyst told CNBC the real issue facing the country's banking system is a runaway credit boom.
Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher and former Sen. Judd Gregg rail on CNBC against keeping taxpayers on the hook for the banks, but disagree on how to end the problem.
Whatever course it chooses, the Fed will have to grapple with the reality that while its policies have helped stocks, they've been less effective at growing the economy.
Health insurance was already evolving before the Affordable Care Act. But this year the law's sweeping changes will reshape how you get health care.
Thomas Lee, Chief U.S. Equity Strategist at JPMorgan, discusses whether the markets have room to run, and explains why he believes the tech, health care and financials sectors are cheap now.
Goldman Sachs is selling about $1.1 billion worth of Hong Kong-traded shares in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world's biggest bank.
There's a lot on the agenda as Detroit's emergency financial manager tries to meet a deadline to decide whether the city and escape a bankruptcy filing.
From the FOMC Minutes, to an unexpected weak report on manufacturing in China, what has changed about investing strategy? CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation.
Goldman Sachs raises its S&P year-end price target to 1,750 after its prior target is met. David Kostin, Goldman Sachs, explains.
David Cote, Honeywell International and JPMorgan board member, and Robert Nardelli, Cerberus Capital, discuss lessons learned from the fight about splitting Jamie Dimon's role.