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Morgan Stanley Vice Chairman and former Chief Legal Officer Gary Lynch is leaving the firm to pursue "other opportunities."
It's one of the iron rules of Wall Street: nobody ever really leaves to pursue "other opportunities."
Leave your man-purse behind, the iPad 2 suit is about to hit the market.
Spring is just around the corner and Wall Street is in for a bit of Spring Cleaning. It's the all important proxy season. This year it will have an added dash of flare with the introduction of Dodd-Frank. How will financial regulation influence this year's proxies?
I asked Clarke Murphy , Global Leader of Russell Reynolds Associates' CEO and Board Services.
Maybe today’s nonfarm payrolls number will convince investors not to get their hopes up too high.
Amid the almost breathless anticipation that has come to greet these monthly unemployment reports, the government put forth some fairly vanilla numbers: 192,000 new jobs created, which was a bit below consensus, and a drop of the unemployment rate to 8.9 percent, which was a bit better than consensus.
We know the drill—the ECB is worried about headline inflation, signaling they’re going to start tightening rates next month.
Dr. Doom himself told me on my show this morning that that isn’t a good idea. “That's a mistake, he said.” Given problems in the banking system, Roubini says the ECB is rushing too fast into hiking rates.
The insider trading trial of Galleon founder Raj Rajaratnam may include testimony from Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Economic data today includes unemployment report [Associated Press via CNBC.com]
Check out"Five Things We're Watching" [CNBC's Nik Deogun, Matt Levine]
"Fired Workers Burn Indian Executive to Death" [Yahoo!News via Associated Press]
Unbelievable! This is happening in American suburbs:"The New Mafia" [The Daily]
Most analysts have rarely met a stock they didn't like, or at least weren't willing to hang out with for a while.
Some energy-linked stocks have sold off unfairly, presenting a good buying opportunity, according to a renewables pro.
The U.S. may not be as strong as investors think because it is growing overly dependent on the consumer for economic growth, Jim O'Neill tells CNBC.