Investment banking fees fell in 2016, dragged down by a 23 percent fall in equity capital market fees.
Boutique banks are taking more deal flow from the biggest firms on the Street.
Another week, another big tech deal where Wall Street's top institutions didn't get a piece of the action.
The vast majority of chief executives of major U.S. corporations are against Donald Trump, says former Bill Clinton aide Roger Altman.
Boutique banks have taken more of traditional banks’ cherished revenue driver this year than in 2015.
A trend that favored boutique banks and caused pain on Wall Street may finally be reversing itself.
Concerns about the stalling Chinese economy won't cause a U.S. recession, says Roger Altman, founder of investment banking advisory firm Evercore Partners.
2015 has been a record year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). CNBC looks back at the 10 biggest deals of the year and who advised on them.
Feeling pretty good about these stocks
Japan's Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance is in advanced talks to buy Lloyd's of London insurer Amlin, the Financial Times reports.
Big investment banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are most at risk of liquidity challenges as markets sell off, Dick Bove says.
Ferdinand Piech, a towering figure at Volkswagen for more than two decades, resigned as its chairman on Saturday.
With its first quarter earnings, Halliburton reported losses of $643 million and the layoff of 9,000 employees, NBC News reports.
Singtel agreed to buy U.S.-based cyber-security firm Trustwave for $810 million, in a deal that will expand its cloud-based services.
The Fed better not rush to hike interest rates because the jobs market is weaker than it seems, former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Former Clinton Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman tells CNBC it's too early to say if the Russia-Ukraine cease-fire is a good deal.
Brooklyn Nets ownership is open to offers to sell stake in the team, but nothing is imminent, owner Mikhail Prokhorov said.
The U.S. economy is "gathering strength" and plummeting oil prices are actually a "big plus" for Americans, Evercore's Roger Altman tells CNBC.
The M&A frenzy this year will mean bonus checks for Wall Street's biggest rainmakers. But the happiest bankers may work at small firms.