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Is a nasty split in scorching public view the new normal for financial industry power couples? Experts see something brewing.
The former head of health-care investment banking, already on voluntary leave because of a nasty divorce proceeding, has resigned to focus on family.
Leucadia National Corp. seems happy one of its own will soon oversee Harbinger Group.
Sony's rigorous plan unveiled this week to turn the company's fortunes around appears to have convinced not just markets, but analysts as well.
Perniciously low yields are driving investors ever further afield, but it isn't clear they should embrace beaten down markets behind the former iron curtain.
Two Jefferies executives marched with other company bankers to take drug tests in solidarity with Sage Kelly, reports the New York Times.
A senior Jefferies banker, Sage Kelly, is on leave after intense publicity around salacious allegations made by his wife in divorce proceedings.
Asia stock markets may have taken the recent rout on the chin, but that's left them well-poised for a solid year-end rally, Goldman Sachs said.
Alibaba muscled ahead of Wal-Mart by one important measure, when its market valuation surpassed the retailer by revenues. The Financial Times reports.
A nasty Wall Street divorce has touched two biotech CEOs and appears to have moved their company stocks down over drug use allegations.
Greater China shares slumped Monday amid disappointment over the delay of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect.
Even though interest rates in Europe are widely expected to stay in negative territory for a while, some analysts are still finding yield plays.
Thousands of protesters campaigned for full democracy in Hong Kong over the weekend, raising the question: Could unrest spread to mainland China.
Hong Kong's worst protests in decades have decked the territory's stocks and currency, and some expect longer-term economic repercussions.
The selloff in high-yield bond ETFs last week has revived fears that the sector may be headed for a bruising.
Global stock markets are closing out on a high as investors grow confident about the world economy and analysts expect the buying momentum to continue.
Jefferies is backing a former senior SAC executive despite its own struggle with insider trading at an internal hedge fund.
Ultra-low rates have spurred investors to chase yield in ever riskier corners of the bond market, but some are starting to pull out of the race.
China's shadow banking firms slashed lending to property developers, potentially spelling trouble for the sector and the economy.
Shrinking spreads between emerging market bond yields and U.S. Treasurys' may spur bubble fears, but some analysts don't see any reason for alarm.