The Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. companies are on track to raise the most money through IPOs since before the financial crisis.
The Wall Street Journal reported that J.P. Morgan Chase head Jamie Dimon told a group of investors that he wants to retain his dual role as chairman and chief executive saying “this is what I enjoy.”
The Wall Street Journal reported the Bank of England warned UK banks they must come up with $38 billion fresh capital, putting pressure on RBS and Lloyds to step up the pace of asset sales.
The Wall Street Journal reported that three more top banks will broaden their clawback policies to cover more executives, increase disclosures or add potential triggers.
The Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. companies with a record windfall of dividends and share buybacks, helping to propel the stock market’s rally.
The Journal said companies in the S&P 500 index are expected to pay at least $300 billion i…
The Wall Street Journal reported that a federal bankruptcy judge approved the liquidation plan for Dewey & LeBoeuf, setting the stage for many creditors to begin recovering some of the hundreds of millions they are owed.
The Wall Street Journal notes that a surge in loans to businesses is raising worries that lenders are competing so aggressively that some will pay for their largess down the road.
According to an article posted on the JD Journal website, a federal bankruptcy court judge denied a motion of the Dewey estate to dismiss a proposed class action seeking to represent about 450 former employees of the law firm.
The Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. regulators are widening their probe of global interest-rate-rigging by scrutinizing what they claim is a pivotal role of two UK brokerage firms in the scandal.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the CEO of Barnes & Noble’s retail group revealed in a recent interview that the bookseller expects to close as many as a third of its retail stores over the next decade.