Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO at JPMorgan, sat down with host Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg TV's new flagship morning program, Bloomberg GO.
IBM shares fell more than 5 percent in after-hours trading Monday after the company announced third-quarter revenues that missed expectations, and offered weaker than expected guidance for the year.
China is on the road to recovery. Or maybe it isn’t, at least not for some time, say the contradictory reports on the world’s second-largest economy.
Shoppers are set to benefit from their favourite fruit, vegetables and salad staying fresher for longer, under an initiative by the UK’s biggest supermarket to slash food waste.
You don't necessarily think of Warren Buffett as a guy with bad luck, but IBM earnings keep doing him wrong.
Caparo Industries, part of the business empire of the Labour peer Lord Paul, is considering options including appointing administrators in the latest blow to Britain’s steel industry.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that two UBS advisory firms have agreed to settle charges arising from their roles in failing to disclose a change in investment strategy by UBS Willow Fund LLC, a closed-end fund they advised.
Here's what Goldman, JPMorgan and Bank of America didn't say in their earnings reports, says analyst Dick Bove.
And next up on the block is.........
David Cameron has announced his resignation after the British public rejected his personal entreaties and voted to leave the European Union.
Big banks met the capital requirements plans as laid out by regulators, but a bigger test lies ahead next week.
The jury in the trial of five former Barclays traders over Libor-rigging allegations said they’ve reached a decision on one of the defendants, and were told by the judge that he would accept a non-unanimous verdict on the rest after the panel said they’d reached an impasse.