If an economic crisis happens, but nobody acknowledges it, does it really make a sound at all? Leading up to the Brexit referendum, global banks warned that if the U.K. voted to leave the E.U. they.. Huffington Post
US stocks fell for the first time in 10 days on Thursday, temporarily ending a streak that took stocks to new highs for the first time in 13 months.
Intel shares fell the most on the Dow Jones.. Business Insider
July 21 -- Thirteen financial industry executives have joined together to release what they call "commonsense" recommendations for corporate governance at public companies. Bloomberg's David Westin.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
JPMorgan Chase shares are a bit too pricey, according to TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer. 'My problem with JPMorgan is that it really had a big run,' Cramer said. 'I wish it.. Source: The Street -
JPMorgan Chase is going to raise minimum wage for 18,000 of their employees in the U.S. The wage increases will take place over three years. Currently the company pays $10.15 for minimum wage, with.. Source: Wochit Business -
JPMorgan Chase is jumping on-board the "Fight for $15" movement. According to the CEO and chairman of Chase, the bank will increase minimum wage for their employees. Currently at $10.15 an hour (with.. Source: Wochit Business -
July 12 -- On "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes that provide insight into today’s headlines. She speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
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The deed is done. Donald Trump is officially the Republican nominee for President of the United States.
And, now we have a highly qualified business leader who, if elected, will do what is required.. Huffington Post
On Thursday a number of CEOs including Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, General Motors' Mary Barra, and Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock all got together and signed a letter listing a bunch of ways.. Business Insider
Some of the biggest names in American business want companies to change their behavior.
Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon, and more signed on to a list of suggested changes that companies should adopt.. Business Insider
Morgan Stanley's chief exec has said the bank will relocate some of its UK staff following the Brexit vote.
James Gorman said today the UK's decision to depart from the EU likely meant the bank.. City A.M.
Wall Street banks may be poised for a turnaround in the key fixed income, currencies, and commodities, or FICC, trading business — but only one firm really looks to be pulling ahead.
While the.. Business Insider
London is likely to lose its financial services passport, and investment banks that shift operations abroad quickly will benefit from a "first-mover advantage," according to a confidential Deutsche.. Business Insider
In 1973, the rock group Bachman-Turner Overdrive had a big hit with their song Takin' Care of Business which celebrated the joys of being a rock musician as opposed to being trapped in a "slaving job.. Huffington Post
Kevin Cummings was rewarded with $20 million in compensation last year, making him the highest paid bank CEO in America. But that big pay hike has ruffled some feathers, including a shareholder lawsuit.. CNN.com Also reported by •CNNMoney
No good deed in American business these days goes unadvertised, and that goes double for the deeds of Jamie Dimon, the high-profile chief of the nation’s largest bank. If you haven’t heard that.. The New Yorker
Investment banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co. (LON:JPM) got the industry's earnings season off to a good start with forecast-busting profits. JP Morgan racked up profits of US$1.55 per share, against.. Proactive Investors
On Tuesday, Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, announced in a New York Times op-ed that giving a raise to 18,000 of his firm's employees is "the right thing to do." Over the.. L.A. Times