U.S. stocks closed mostly flat Thursday as investors digested a slew of economic data ahead of Friday's key jobs report.
Lazard made an error in its analysis of SolarCity that discounted the value of the U.S. solar energy company by $400 million.
Some simple deal math has stumped Elon Musk. A $400 million error in valuation calculations was spotted during SolarCity's sale to Tesla.
Lazard, the investment bank that advised SolarCity on its sale to Tesla, made an error that discounted the value of the solar energy company.
Here's the full interview with billionaire hedge fund legend Leon Cooperman, which is only available to CNBC PRO subscribers.
Big banks begin to partner up as web-enabled banking products keep gaining traction with consumers.
Nearly 80,000 people have signed a petition protesting the appointment by Goldman Sachs of former European Commission president José Manuel Barroso.
Jim Cramer was shocked by the surprisingly strong quarter reported by Deere in August.
Jim Cramer noted a change in leadership for stocks on Monday, and spelled out to investors how big money will play a rate hike.
Stocks closed higher, with financials leading, as investors looked for clues about the Federal Reserve's next move.
Jim Cramer explained what makes a company the best in its sector and when to buy.
Wall Street banks get a lift from Janet Yellen's comments as the market begins to price in a near-term rate hike.
Big banks are being eyed by activist investors; it could mean more changes to strategy.
Four of Europe and the U.S.'s biggest banks have joined forces to work on a digital-only cash system, which they hope to launch in two years' time.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors looked ahead to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech at the end of the week.
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower, with energy falling nearly 0.9 percent.
Goldman Sachs has been rolling out its first foray into banking with its retail banking operation, Marcus, the New York Times reports.
Wall Street banks were shooed away from putting their own money into private equity funds after the financial crisis.
Investment banking in Europe is down, as Wall Street firms expand their presence overseas.
Lloyd Blankfein says an expensive law degree may not be worth it — and there are numbers to back his claim.