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President Donald Trump promised fewer regulations, and events have pushed that intention closer to reality.
As technology continues to shape the financial industry, banks are embracing digital innovation and are evolving to meet digital disruption head on.
Naming hedge-fund billionaire Nelson Peltz to the Procter & Gamble board will be beneficial to shareholders, CalSTRS' Anne Sheehan said.
These charts from CNBC help explain the a potential deal between Comcast and Twenty-First Century Fox.
Goldman analyst Charles Himmelberg says there are several factors that should contribute to further global economic growth.
It was unclear what action, if any, the Swiss regulator had taken against JPMorgan.
Wal-Mart is planning to test Tesla's electric tractor trailers and has preordered 15, the retailer said Friday.
The executive was fired after a communication with a former executive about that person's firing.
Evercore ISI upgrades shares of Square to outperform, citing the company's new lineup of payment technology and bitcoin prospects.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
General Electric CEO John Flannery disclosed he purchased 60,000 GE shares at a stock price of $18.27 on Wednesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sweeping changes are coming to several key sectors in the S&P 500 next year, with big names like Amazon and Netflix likely being moved into a new sector.
Analysts have been fleeing Wall Street after nearly a decade of cost-cutting that is likely to accelerate under a regulation called MiFID.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan said the bank was not just thinking about competition with other financial institutions but other sectors like technology.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said the economy is growing strongly enough to continue raising rates gradually to around 2.5 percent.
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