Facebook has raised its initial public offering price to between $34 and $38 a share after being "swamped", confounding sceptics who say the social network is overvalued.
Fun and games at the JP Morgan Chase annual meeting.
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Bloomberg TV's Erik Schatzker sat down with Toronto Dominion CEO Edmund Clark, who calls himself an old-fashioned banker, to talk about the strategy of Canada's second-biggest bank and why the countries’ banks have fared better than U.S. counterparts.
Supporters of a financial transaction tax have a strong ally in the new French president, François Hollande, who wants to recycle the revenue raised from the so-called Tobin tax into growth-enhancing investment projects.
'Revenge is a dish best served cold'.
Now this is going to cause a stink.
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This sounds ominous.
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Note to Senator Elizabeth Warren, Citigroup is spying on you.
The case of Broadway scammer Mark Hotton is getting an encore — before regulators.
U.K. financial-services employment fell for the second consecutive quarter as banks cut costs amid restrictions on capital and tougher regulation, according to a Confederation of British Industry survey.