GE's North American credit card business filed for an initial public offering as part of GE's efforts to reduce exposure to its financial businesses.» Read More
When Berkshire Hathaway and co-investors were putting together the deal to buy Heinz, they wanted the right to terminate the acquisition if they couldn't finance it in the event that some of the biggest banks in the world went bust.
Some of the 30 companies in the Dow Jones industrial average are still down from their peaks, reflecting a move in financial power. The NYT reports.
Investors in U.S. bank stocks may be in for a volatile ride over the next two weeks as the Federal Reserve releases results of its annual stress tests of bank capital in two steps.
In an investor briefing to be distributed late Tuesday or Wednesday, John Paulson will reveal that his gold fund fell more than 10 percent for the first two months of this year, said people familiar with the numbers.
As the Dow roars into record territory, there's one sector that's nowhere near its glory days: Financials.
A Facebook shareholder filed suit over the company's botched initial public offering and is seeking to hold Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, directors, and officers responsible for the damage.
Retail investors fully embraced this bull market in February despite several possible headwinds, according to a survey.
Mike Mayo is now trying to get back in—by buying up shares in bank stocks, an effort to gain entre to key investor meetings usually closed off to analysts.
Bank of America said Thursday that the New York State Attorney General was investigating the bank over its purchase, securitization and underwriting of home loans.
Victims of 10 banks' shoddy lending practices will receive checks starting in April, even as some say the settlement is flawed.
Trying to cap banker bonuses is like attempting to catch air in your hands.
Borrowers whose homes were foreclosed on during the U.S. housing crisis will start receiving payments in April from a $3.6 billion fund under a previously announced settlement with 13 banks, regulators said on Thursday.
With debt cheap and plenty of cash on the books, companies are primed to make deals when they are good and ready.
Bank stocks will lead the stock market higher, Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy says.
Brazil is looking for foreign investment to help shore up its creaking infrastructure as it readies to host the World Cup next year and the Olympics in 2016.
Is there a massive storm brewing in the market? Jim Cramer thinks that kind of talk is simply hot air.
Here's who is making a fortune on the junk bond binge.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Jumbo loans are returning to the mortgage market after almost disappearing entirely in the wake of the credit crisis of 2008 and the real estate meltdown.
Tribune Co., the media company that recently exited a four-year bankruptcy, hired bankers to sell its flagship newspaper properties, according to two people familiar with the matter.