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, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs, is looking pretty good right now. For the last few years, ’s most revered financial firm has been humbled by a $550 million Securities & Exchange Commission settlement, humiliating congressional hearings and a former employee who resigned in the opinion pages of The Times. Fabulous Fab and muppets [...]
Mark Zuckerberg played the Facebook IPO just right.
Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs say thank you Mark Zuckerberg.
The trading debacle at JPMorgan appears to be getting worse.
Bruno Iksil, the man at the center of the trading disaster, is leaving JPMorgan.
Chase Coleman's fund plans to sell $889 million of Facebook shares in the big IPO.
Billionaire Dan Loeb's investor activism against Yahoo! is part of a trend that has seen hedge funds and other financial investors target larger companies.
The London Whale, Kweku Adoboli and Joseph Cassano. Is it all a coincidence?
Matt Zames has been called in to solve JPMorgan's woes.
The saga involving Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan's $2 billion of trading losses continued on Sunday.
Why would anyone invest in big bank stocks?
Jamie Dimon could not have chosen a worse time to disclose a big trading loss like this.
The Federal Reserve's decision to green light the U.S. plans of three Chinese banks doesn't mean that China's banks will play a role in the U.S. banking system.
Chris Hansen's bet on Facebook has been a winner for his hedge fund's investors.
When some of America’s biggest hedge fund and private equity firms started to sell ownership through initial public offerings a few years ago, many investors rushed to buy the stocks. The hedge fund and private equity industries had produced ’s biggest fortunes, billionaires like, and. There are now some 50 hedge fund and [...]
Man Group's stock hit a 52-week low on Friday. A terrible end to a very bad week.
John Arnold has been one of the most successful hedge fund managers of the last decade.
Mubadala's terrible investment in Carlyle will not be helped by the private equity's firm's "discounted" IPO.
Man Group reported $1 billion of outflows from its funds and its stock continued to tumble.
Highland Capital Management says Patrick Daugherty, who was responsible for $8 billion of assets, caused employees to quit by publicly berating them with abusive tirades.