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In a shift of rainmakers on Wall Street, asset and hedge fund managers are edging out bankers when it comes to the size of year-end bonuses.
JPMorgan Chase & Co, which is pushing to simplify operations, has put up for sale its Asia-based unit that makes investments in mid-sized companies.
Scoff if you like but bitcoin, despite its myriad defects and detractors, is getting an increasing level of focus in high finance.
The departure of a possible Coca-Cola chief executive has put the global chief customer officer in contention to eventually succeed CEO Muhtar Kent.
Bank of America has agreed to pay $131.8 million to settle charges that it misled investors about mortgage securities.
Why some hedge funds love commercial real estate.
The idea of a cashless society could be one of the greatest threats to freedom in human history, said Signature Bank chairman Scott Shay.
Settlements for the JPMorgan Chase and Madoff case could possibly involve roughly $2 billion in penalties and a rare criminal action. The NYT reports.
On the fifth anniversary of Bernard Madoff's arrest, the onetime financial luminary remains confident in his version of the facts.
Almost everyone thinks the Volcker rule is negative for bank stocks. Not Jim Cramer.
The Federal Reserve's approval of the rule sends a clear signal, bank analyst Mike Mayo of CLSA says.
Regulators seem to have done a decent job drawing lines between prop trading and market making.
U.S. stocks closed higher for a second session on Monday as Wall Street weighed moves by the Fed.
Here's why SEC commissioner Michael Piwowar plans to vote against the Volcker Rule.
Bob Diamond is making a dramatic return to banking, launching a vehicle with Africa's youngest billionaire. The Financial Times reports.
Federal authorities have obtained confidential documents that shed new light on JPMorgan Chase's decision to hire the children of China's ruling elite. The New York Times reports.
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Comcast tapped JPMorgan for advice as it evaluates a potential bid for Time Warner Cable, people familiar with the matter said.
Goldman Sachs may be one of the last firms standing as a rocky romance between Wall Street and raw material markets turns sour.
Deutsche Bank pulled the plug on its global commodities trading business, cutting 200 jobs as it becomes the first major bank to exit the sector.