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With the Fed expected to raise rates later this year, U.S. Bancorp is bracing for a bump in its lending and savings businesses.
There has been one clear winner in China's hack of federal employee personal data, and it's come from an unlikely place.
The bond market may be in turmoil, but investors don't seem to care.
Major averages are not near correction, but several interest-rate sensitive sectors are showing signs of weakness.
A new analysis from JPMorgan shows Big Data is taking over. Here's how to play it.
Former star financial analyst Meredith Whitney has finally resolved a legal battle, but her hedge fund appears to have little money left.
MSCI may add China to global indices
The Shenzhen fell 1.7 percent overnight, while the Shanghai Composite is up 2.2 percent.
Beijing-based Da Lian Zeus Entertainment Company was the top bidder in an online auction of a steak lunch with Warren Buffett.
The SEC has its sights on activist investors, but the hedge fund industry isn't concerned about a crippling crackdown.
Fast food industry jobs have set the pace since 2000, rising 23.3 percent, against a 5.1 percent overall gain in private sector job growth.
"We continue to have a cautiously optimistic outlook for Pimco's future," Morningstar said in a white paper.
"Fight for Education" benefited charity Happy Hearts Fund and featured hedge fund managers beating each other up.
Softening economic conditions and the derailing of U.S. dollar strength has turned the tide on currency hedging.
High-profile hedge fund executive William "Bill" Goodell has a new job.
Washio, a service launched in 2013, dispatches laundry "Ninjas" who pick up and wash customers' dirty clothes.
Eric Cantor may have left Washington for Wall Street, but he's still angry about laws passed after the financial crisis.
"Economic distortions" are resulting in a transfer of wealth to the people who need it least, a prominent Wall Street bond expert argues.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman is no friend of Hillary Clinton.
Big investors are dismissing talk of a technology market peak given what they call unprecedented advances in the sector.