See why many investors, strategists and traders are still bullish on stocks. And why bearish investors are focused on one main thing.
High stock prices, ultra-cheap debt, a deregulatory push, possible cash repatriation and swelling CEO confidence point to an M&A boom ahead.
Investment banking fees fell in 2016, dragged down by a 23 percent fall in equity capital market fees.
Discussing the current state of the financial sector with Charles Bobrinskoy, Ariel Investments, with the bear position, and Andy Kapyrin, RegentAtlantic, with the bull position.
Google it talking with Lazard Ltd to explore a possible Twitter purchase, Bloomberg reports.
Jim Cramer advised investors how to prepare for the worst ahead of the next rate hike.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including one position that investors went wild for.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The firm that advised the solar panel installer in its sale to Tesla made a mistake in its analysis.
Lazard made an error in its analysis of SolarCity that discounted the value of the U.S. solar energy company by $400 million.
Lazard, the investment bank that advised SolarCity on its sale to Tesla, made an error that discounted the value of the solar energy company.
Another week, another big tech deal where Wall Street's top institutions didn't get a piece of the action.
Boutique banks have increased their market share of M&A over big Wall Street firms year over year.
Takata CEO Shigehisa Takada said on Tuesday he would resign after a "new regime" is found for the auto parts supplier.
Takata confirmed it had hired investment bank Lazard to lead a financial restructuring to resolve costs stemming from its recall.
2015 has been a record year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). CNBC looks back at the 10 biggest deals of the year and who advised on them.
John Rogers Jr., chairman of Ariel Investments, bought shares of a provider of aerial transportation services for CNBC Pro's Platinum Portfolio.
Marriott announced plans to acquire Starwood in a deal valued at about $12.2 billion, creating the world's largest hotel company.
The departure of maverick founder Takao Yasuda has unnerved investors in Japanese retailer Don Quijote, the Financial Times reports.
Australia's Santos put itself up for sale on Friday after receiving approaches and moved to replace its embattled CEO.