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Amid the outrage and calls for change, Wall Street insiders took Thursday's "flash freeze" shutdown of the Nasdaq exchange as little more than a sign of the times.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a flat to higher open on Friday a day after trading in Nasdaq securities was halted for more than three hours.
Happy Wednesday. Anybody know the over-under on how long until the next Wall Street bank investigation is announced?
JPMorgan Chase is close to naming two new directors with finance and risk management expertise to its board, a source close to the matter said.
Wall Street banks have hired children of Chinese officials in the hopes that they can open doors and secure deals in the world's fastest-growing economy.
Goldman Sachs experienced a trading glitch that caused a huge batch of erroneous trades Tuesday. Many may be canceled but the snafu could still cost Goldman upwards of $100 million.
Investors have been undervaluing companies that are buying back shares, Oakmark Fund's Bill Nygren says.
Kodak, once a mighty photography pioneer, received court approval for its plan to exit bankruptcy as a much smaller digital-imaging company.
Following several federal probes of JPMorgan Chase, Dick Bove argues the government is trying to break up the Wall Street giant, making its stock "dead money" in the near-term.
The Fed says some banks are not taking into account the possibility of falling house prices when valuing certain mortgage-related assets. The NYT reports.
The investigation into whether JPMorgan Chase hired the children of powerful Chinese officials to help the bank win business is sending shudders through Wall Street.
The Justice Department is looking into whether JPMorgan Chase improperly manipulated energy markets in the United States, according to a report.
Any doubt that the rules have changed for the way megabanks do business around the world should be removed.
Happy Monday. Submitted for your approval...the downest and dirtiest reads to get the week started:
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A new Web company is offering to connect inventors of smaller medical devices with people who can give them the cash they need to get off the ground.
Christopher George never thought about leaving his job at Bank One. But after being laid off, he made a career out of his favorite hobby: making beer.
Parts of the Street aren't very savory. Cramer thinks the only way to change that is with better lighting.
Two top market strategists share their top stock picks on CNBC and explain what's working right now.
Stocks slumped on Wednesday as the market continued to gauge when the Federal Reserve might start to reduce its bond purchases. Apple was a standout as some big investors took stakes in the smartphone maker.