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JPMorgan Chase canceled a question and answer session on Twitter with a veteran investment banker after being flooded with insults.
Shares of textbook rental company Chegg, whose staff includes a former Yahoo executive, slump in the IPO off its quoted price of $12.50 each.
U.S. authorities have widened their hunt for Americans suspected of evading taxes by hiding assets and income in offshore bank accounts.
The probe into foreign exchange manipulation has widened to include the world's biggest banks and actively traded currencies. The FT reports.
Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine lost his bid to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to hold him, colleagues and other banks accountable for the firm's demise.
The stock market could pull back as much as 5 percent if the Fed starts to taper in December, JPMorgan's Thomas Lee told CNBC. But he said to buy any dips.
Barry Diller staunchly defended JPMorgan Chase, saying the bank had handled itself "quite well" in the face of relentless pressure.
Amid Libor probes big banks are considering banning traders from online chat rooms seen by regulators as venues for collusion and market manipulation.
Founded by a disabled vet, Mischler Financial offers servicemen and women with financial experience a unique opportunity.
U.S. stocks posted modest gains on Friday after the government's brighter-than-expected report on the labor market.
The official "Squawk Box" blog looks at some deluxe apartments in the sky, the Twitter IPO, and one state's proposal to raise money via weed.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
NYPD has denied that its commissioner, Ray Kelly, was in talks with JPMorgan Chase about a senior role in security at the bank.
Happy Thursday. Let's get this Twitter thing up and running, shall we?
With the financial community watching, will the smart money invest in Twitter's IPO? Anecdotal evidence says yes.
Some of Wall Street's biggest names are focused on India, but it's not the country's finances that have their attention. It's a chess tournament.
The move, approved by a bankruptcy court judge, will repay MF Global customers by reallocating funds initially earmarked for non-customer unsecured creditors.
Negotiators on a $13 billion agreement between JPMorgan Chase and the Department of Justice are now making progress, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The underperformance of this critical sector could indicate trouble for the S&P 500.
Twitter is set to close the books on its $1.75 billion initial public offering a day earlier than scheduled amid strong investor demand for shares.