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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sent a memo out to employees on Friday that said he is completely clear of cancer.
JPMorgan retained its crown as the top performing investment bank in the first nine months of the year, with revenue of $17.1 billion year-to-date.
Economists expect that 230,000 jobs were created in November, but wage growth will likely remain elusive when the monthly jobs report is released.
Stock picker Thomas Lee tells CNBC picking winners and losers will be more difficult in 2015 but he's still bullish.
Being bearish bonds and bullish equities has long been the consensus call, but Societe Generale tips a turning tide, raising its fixed income allocation.
There's a little known pot of cash the SEC has set aside for tipsters, says this former SEC lawyer, which could make whistleblowing quite lucrative.
This week may be travelers' best opportunity to book cheap holiday travel. But mind the prospect of snow.
A new book claims Bitcoin will someday replace the whole global financial system, doing the job of banks and insurance companies.
It’s not just the Saudis who could get much poorer from the oil collapse, we all could if it triggers a wave of high-yield debt defaults.
It's not just Christmas decorations going up earlier these days. Fund managers and analysts are moving up their market outlooks for the new year.
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.
Sony Pictures was targeted in a cyber hack that forced its employees to use fax machines and landline phones, the LA Times reported.
Black Friday may not be the best day for deals. How to get even better prices than advertised.
North America will continue to drive growth, fueling 14 more years of the bull market, said Brian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets.
Tarullo argued that compliance hasn't been stiff enough and that tougher action on the part of the Fed and other regulators was likely needed.
Alibaba wowed the markets Thursday with its ground-breaking US$8 billion debut dollar bond.
European shares closed lower on Thursday as investors reacted to worse-than-expected data from the euro zone.
U.S. stocks closed at highs after encouraging domestic data alleviated concerns over continued signs of slowing growth in Europe and China.
Three big banks that have owned commodities exposed themselves to risk and in some cases manipulated prices, a Senate investigation has found.
Traders will hone in on consumer inflation Thursday, a report that will likely show a decline because of falling gasoline prices.