Financials James Gorman

  • Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Brian Moynihan, president and chief executive officer of Bank of America Corp., speak to the media after a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington, D.C.

    CEOs from major banks met with President Obama on Wednesday and warned of the consequences if lawmakers fail to raise the US debt ceiling.

  • Morgan Stanley CEO: 'Clearly at a recovery point'

    Shares of Morgan Stanley are hitting a two-and-a-half-year high Tuesday. CNBC's Mary Thompson is joined by James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley, to discuss huge bets on the brokerage business and the chance of another financial crisis.

  • In the 1990s, U.S. banks used life insurance to bet that their employees would eventually die. Now those wagers are coming back to haunt Wall Street banks.

  • Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America

    Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan got a 73% pay increase in 2012, when the bank resolved crisis-era lawsuits and its stock was one of the sector's top performers.

  • James Gorman, CEO, Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley said Chief Executive James Gorman will receive a base salary of $1.5 million in 2013, nearly double the $800,000 he received last year.

  • Nov 5- Morgan Stanley's co-president of institutional securities, Paul Taubman, will retire at the end of the year, the bank said on Monday, ceding full control of the powerful investment banking and trading operation to his co-president and rival, Colm Kelleher.

  • Nov 5- Morgan Stanley has revamped its institutional securities business, announcing on Monday that Paul Taubman will retire as co-head of the trading and banking unit while co-head Colm Kelleher will remain as president.

  • Nov 5- Morgan Stanley has revamped its institutional securities business, announcing on Monday that Paul Taubman will retire as co-head of the trading and banking unit while co-head Colm Kelleher will remain as president.

  • NEW YORK-- Morgan Stanley said Thursday that its corporate clients are ready to do business _ but they're a little unnerved by the impending fiscal crisis.

  • NEW YORK-- Morgan Stanley reported higher revenue and net income for its third quarter Thursday thanks to gains in its bonds and asset management businesses. Excluding an accounting charge, the bank earned $535 million for common shareholders in July to September, up from $39 million a year ago.

  • NEW YORK-- Morgan Stanley reported higher revenue and net income for its third quarter Thursday thanks to gains in its bonds and asset management businesses. Excluding an accounting charge, the bank earned $535 million for common shareholders in July to September, up from $39 million a year ago.

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  • Were Facebook Investors 'Naive'?

    Morgan Stanley's CEO James Gorman told CNBC that Facebook investors may have been buying for the wrong reasons. Andrew Stoltmann, Stoltmann Law Partner and David Menlow, IPOFinancial.com president, weigh in.

  • James Gorman

    Morgan Stanley spacer CEO James Gorman told CNBC's "Closing Bell" that despite widespread criticism of his firm's handling of the stock offering, "in the room" there appeared to be enough demand to justify its $38 offering price

  • Citibank's Chief Executive Vikram Pandit

    The bank's shareholders rejected the $15 million pay package for CEO Vikram S. Pandit, marking the first time that stock owners have united in opposition to outsized compensation at a financial giant.

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    "The year has started a little firmer," Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman told CNBC during the Davos World Economic Forum. "The U.S. is in a little better shape than the markets have appreciated, and the markets are catching up."