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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Three major banks are below or almost at minimum capital thresholds expected to be included in a rule still being hammered out by U.S. regulators.
The wolves of Wall Street won't stand a chance if the next generation truly embraces an algorithm as its wealth manager.
Lending Club has become a lender of first resort to consumers and business owners. The peer-to-peer market has put Wall Street on notice.
Personal Capital, an Internet-based personal finance platform, is aiming to end the stranglehold of Wall Street's high-fee brokerage model.
The online brokerage allows investors to build stock and bond portfolios based on themes and broad economic trends—and share them.
U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs is the employer of choice for those working in the financial services sector globally, a new survey shows.
U.S. stocks wavered on Monday on strife in Iraq.
In a year when banks' performance has been lackluster at best, Wells Fargo has been anything but.
The New York attorney general’s office is expected to announce that Capital One has agreed to change its use of the largest database, ChexSystems.
China's gradual monetary policy loosening may be discreet, but the cumulative effect is proving just as powerful as an outright cut in bank reserves.
Michaels' IPO, which has been planned for the last two years, will finally take place this summer, according to sources familiar with the matter.
The bank's CFO said that JPMorgan could cut compensation for investment banking employees if it continues to post lower revenue.
GoPro, which makes wearable sports cameras and accessories, said it expected its initial public offering of shares to be priced $21 and $24 per share.
The bank made its final multibillion-dollar settlement offer, but it was said to be short of what the Justice Department wants it to pay.
A surge in business loans to the slowing mainland Chinese economy has prompted Hong Kong regulators to impose strict financial rules.
US stocks mostly fell on Tuesday morning after closing at record highs.
Americans rack up $7.4 billion in payday loans annually. Silicon Valley has a plan to make what critics call extortion palatable.
A group of payday lenders filed a lawsuit against three U.S. banking regulators, saying a federal anti-fraud initiative unfairly targets them.
Some $59 trillion will be passed down by 2061, and for charities, the potential is huge. Here's how they can tap the flow.