Noted economist Nouriel Roubini said asset prices have gotten expensive but are not in a bubble yet.
FBR Capital Markets managing director Paul Miller said he would change "buy" rating on WFC if the scandal impacted earnings.
If Bill Gross is right about the Fed, then the rest of the market is terribly wrong.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren lit into the CEO of Wells Fargo, blasting him personally and saying he should resign.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost pursues John Stumpf as he leaves congressional hearing
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A Tencent security team remotely accessed a Tesla Model S, and warned owners to update their software.
Technological advances by the communist state have former diplomats concerned that the latest blast is anything but more of the same.
Mylan CEO's mother Gayle Manchin used education position to encourage purchase of EpiPen, according to USA Today.
We are on the cusp on nothing short of a transportation revolution that will be defined by three key shifts, says Lyft president John Zimmer.
Most major U.S. metros are posting solid growth, but some smaller cities are getting left behind, the latest data show.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf arrived at a bruising Capitol Hill hearing with his right hand already wrapped.
Audio executives say it could take years before AirPods match wired headphones in power efficiency, audio quality and noise cancellation.
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Rafferty Capital's Dick Bove reiterates his sell rating on Wells Fargo, speculating that Warren Buffett is likely 'walking away' from the stock.
Boston start-ups have raised $41 billion over the past decade, but these five companies are the ones to watch now.
Bill Clinton says activist investors are partially at fault for U.S. corporations moving operations into Mexico.
Wells Fargo didn't live up to a standard of trust, Sen. Richard Shelby, the Senate Banking Committee chairman, said Tuesday.