Author: Emily Flitter

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One of a handful of well-known corporate gadflies, she sometimes appeared in costumes that would underscore her messages to company leaders. Her relentless questions about... [Read More]
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In a newly unsealed court transcript, a former Goldman banker who pleaded guilty to money laundering called some of his actions "very much in line"... [Read More]
The company said the department requested documents after its chief executive, Elon Musk, said he had "funding secured" to take its stock off public markets. [Read More]
Citigroup had said it was offering a safe haven from high-frequency traders. A Wall Street regulator says the company failed to keep its promise. [Read More]
The complaints were an extraordinary example of a senior employee taking on what he perceived to be corporate wrongdoing at an elite Wall Street bank. [Read More]
The Wall Street regulator said some administrative cases would be heard again after the high court ruled it had not properly appointed the judges overseeing... [Read More]
Wells Fargo canceled the account of a political candidate who supports medical marijuana after inquiring about her donors, the New York Times reports. [Read More]
Nikki Fried, a Democrat running for Florida agriculture commissioner, said Wells Fargo had acted after reading about her platform and asking about her donors. [Read More]
Signature Bank's close ties to the Trump and Kushner families have led to government scrutiny. New York regulators have opened an investigation. [Read More]
A legal loophole allows major banks to avoid telling American authorities about certain trading in financial instruments known as derivatives. [Read More]
Three of the four big U.S. banks that reported second-quarter earnings Friday showed another quarter of healthy profits. But their lending grew only 2.1 percent,... [Read More]
JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and PNC all reported another quarter of healthy profits on Friday. Loan growth isn't keeping up. [Read More]
The bank is paying penalties to United States authorities after admitting to hiring Chinese officials' relatives in exchange for business in China. [Read More]
The Federal Reserve gave clean bills of health to top banks, but told Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to freeze shareholder payouts at last year's... [Read More]
The Wall Street bank is betting its brokerage business can help drive growth. Mary Schapiro, who led the S.E.C. from 2009 to 2012, may be... [Read More]
The seizure of email records from a Times reporter alarmed First Amendment groups. Her relationship with an intelligence aide set off an ethical debate. [Read More]
Environmental groups are critcising companies such as Bank of America and Morgan Stanley for dodging promises to cutback on loans to the industry... [Read More]
The San Francisco-based investment banker and a friend from Seoul shared a brokerage account where they made illegal trades, federal prosecutors said. [Read More]
A proposal to loosen the Volcker Rule, which prevents banks from trading with depositors' money, is expected to give banks more flexibility to engage in... [Read More]
Five of the country's biggest banks are lending tens or hundreds of millions of dollars to coal companies again, in one case eclipsing what they... [Read More]
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