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Shares of Wells Fargo spiked 2 percent in after-hours trade Wednesday, following its announcement that John Stumpf will retire.
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UK lawmaker Keir Starmer says that leaving the European Union is not about exiting one treaty, but also forging new ties.
Geofeedia is using text, photos and videos gleaned from major social media companies to aid law enforcement surveillance of protesters, reports the NYT.
A Clinton aide was in touch with the Justice Department during litigation involving emails, according to emails released by WikiLeaks.
The Philippine President is set to sign a regulation this month banning smoking in all public places.
A Hillary Clinton aide was in touch with the Department of Justice during litigation involving Clinton's emails, NBC News reports.
A US appeals court ruled that the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional because too much power is vested in the director.
Billionaire hedge fund pioneer Leon Cooperman tells CNBC the insider charges against him are "totally unjustified."
Hedge fund titan Leon Cooperman tells CNBC he won't enter a deal with regulators to settle insider trading charges.
James Davies, co-head of employment team/partner at Lewis Silkin, comments on suggestions by the U.K. government to place obligations on businesses.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore accused Falcon Private Bank of a "persistent and severe lack of understanding" of anti-money-laundering rules.
In the latest update on the 1MDB saga, the Monetary Authority of Singapore has slapped penalties on several banks over anti-money-laundering rule breaches.
Hillary Clinton said the U.S. has achieved energy independence on Sunday, but the country still imports millions of barrels a day of oil.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses the latest on Deutsche Bank and its settlement negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice.
"It's just a good thing that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country," says Clinton. "Because you'd be in jail," Trump retorted.
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