Facing perhaps its toughest moment yet in the U.S. government's insider-trading probe, SAC Capital will host a special investor call Wednesday morning to field questions about the recently-unveiled federal case against former trader Mathew Martoma, say two people familiar with the matter.
The ongoing tussle between Muddy Waters and Singapore commodities firm Olam International further heated up after the short-seller published a much-awaited 133-page report on Tuesday detailing "shocking" accounting gaffes at the trading firm, prompting Olam to respond with a 45-page rebuttal on Wednesday.
The former CEO of Autonomy slammed Hewlett-Packard's Board of Directors in an open letter Tuesday for accusing his company of "serious financial impropriety."
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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon would be the best person to lead the U.S. Treasury Department in a financial crisis, billionaire investor Warren Buffett said.
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From the age of six, Joseph F. 'Chip' Skowron III aspired to be a doctor. At Yale, he earned both a medical degree and a doctorate in molecular and cellular biology, then qualified for Harvard’s elite, five-year residency program.
SAC Capital Advisors is seeking to calm investor concern about founder Steven A. Cohen’s trading in two drug stocks and possible regulatory sanctions after prosecutors for the first time tied Cohen to a specific transaction at the center of an insider-trading investigation.
How many analysts does it take to make a "buy" call on Apple? The answer, at least according to Citigroup, is three.
Europe is preparing to follow the United States in delaying the introduction of stricter rules on bank capital, while it lobbies for a rethink of the U.S. stance, EU sources said.
Bond guru Bill Gross has benefited from U.S. monetary policy for the last 30 years and is unaware that the environment that made him successful has radically changed, a fund manager told CNBC on Thursday.
Deutsche Bank has named Andrew Tusa as co-head and Neil Collingridge as vice chairman of UK corporate broking.
Meredith Whitney, who turned fame as a banking analyst into a stint running her own hedge fund, is through with managing other people’s money.