June 17- Jimmy Lee, one of JPMorgan Chase& Co's most senior investment bankers, died on Wednesday, the bank's chief executive said in a statement. "We're in total shock," said one senior JPMorgan banker. He advised on the merger of United Airlines and Continental Airlines to form United Continental Holdings Inc, the takeover of Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones...
June 17- Jimmy Lee, one of JPMorgan Chase& Co's most senior investment bankers, died on Wednesday, the bank's chief executive said in a statement. Lee, a vice chairman in the investment banking group, advised some of the world's biggest companies on deals, including the merger of United Airlines and Continental Airlines to form United Continental Holdings Inc, the...
Carl Icahn was feted by friend and fellow billionaire Leon Black at a charity event for skin cancer.
Curtis Chin, Asia Fellow at the Milken Institute and the former U.S. ambassador to the Asian Development Bank, talks about investing in Asia versus other emerging markets at the Global Conference in Los Angeles with CNBC's Lawrence Delevingne.
The financial community—including Steve Schwarzman, Ken Griffin and Steve Cohen—will once again figure prominently at Milken.
Drexel Burnham Lambert, the investment bank famous for the high-yield or "junk" bonds it pioneered, filed for bankruptcy on Feb. 13, 1990.
CNBC's David Faber takes a look back at the collapse of Drexel Burnham 25 years ago.
More and more, the wealthy are cloaking their names when buying homes, raising unsolved mysteries surrounding some high-profile properties.
Michael Milken, Chairman of Milken Institute, outlines the institute's objectives in Asia and discusses the outlook for high-yield bond markets.
Record low interest rates, cold hard cash on balance sheets and Mexico are among the themes at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
Back from an investment-finding trip to Russia, trader Tim Seymour shared a few major themes he found.
California is still having a tough go of it financially. Two men who grew up here, and whose careers went in very different directions — Jerry Brown and Michael Milken — met in Beverly Hills this week to figure out ways to get the Golden State back on its feet
It's almost a heresy to suggest at the Milken Institute Global Conference that we may have too much financial innovation.