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Does Knowing You Are a Banker Make You More Dishonest?

blogs.wsj.com — Does banking culture lead people to be more dishonest? A new study released today in Nature magazine attempted to answer that question and the results will likely be troubling to those who think the industry's ethical troubles are overblown.

5 Reasons to Still Go into a Bank Branch

blogs.wsj.com — Technological advances are now allowing people to transfer money, deposit checks and pay their bills from their home computers and smartphones. Getting cash from an ATM often requires only walking or driving by the outside of a branch. (One side effect: fewer bank tellers, along with diminished stature and pay for those workers.)


efinancialnews.com — David Sobotka, Bank of America's head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities trading, will retire by the end of the year, according to an internal memo sent to employees on Monday and people familiar with the matter.

Bank of America Global Fixed Income Trading Head to Retire

online.wsj.com — David Sobotka, Bank of America Corp.'s head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities trading, will retire by the end of the year, according to an internal memo sent to employees on Monday and people familiar with the matter.

Sports-Agents Laws to Cover Some Financial Advisers

online.wsj.com — A committee that creates the model for the country's sports-agents laws broadly agreed to expand the definition of an agent to include certain types of financial advisers.

College Sports’ Financial-Adviser Problem

blogs.wsj.com — It is illegal in most states for sports agents to provide gifts or other items of value to college athletes. But those laws rarely apply to financial advisers-and as a result, they often contact athletes who are promising pro prospects, according to college athletic officials.

Colleges Push to Keep Financial Advisers Away From Athletes

online.wsj.com — Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Steve Octavien recently landed a marketing job, got married, brought his newborn daughter home from the hospital and is saving up for the down payment on a house. But as he gets on with life after six years of professional football, the 29-year-old Mr. Octavien regrets handing over $80,000, including his signing bonus, to a stockbroker named Mary Wong in 2008.

First Niagara Profit Falls on Unexplained Write-Down

online.wsj.com — First Niagara Financial Group Inc. recorded an $800 million write-down in the most recent period, pushing the bank to a loss even as it generated loan growth. "I am disappointed that two items that impacted our reported results distracted from such solid business fundamentals in the third quarter," Chief Executive Gary M.

Wall Street Trading Gets Busy Again, After a Long Lull

online.wsj.com — Securities trading-where Wall Street got its start-came back to life in September after an extended lull that crimped bank earnings. Goldman Sachs Group Inc., J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc. reported a 12% average gain in trading revenue in the third quarter from a year earlier.

Financial Planning for Egg Freezing

online.wsj.com — Diane Kaplan knows she wants to be a mother one day. But the 36-year-old software-company development director isn't quite ready yet. She hasn't found the right person to settle down with, and she doesn't want her biological clock to dictate when she has...
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Nov 25, 2014

A Journal reporter recalls being treated by police as a ‘suspicious’ black teenager on.wsj.com/1vdWa5K

Nov 25, 2014

RT @ryanjtracy: U.S. banks posted their biggest revenue increase since 2009 in third quarter, according to FDIC report on.wsj.com/1vb0XVz

Nov 21, 2014

RT @nickhunebrown: Er... "He’s paid a big price… The show has been yanked. The reruns of The Cosby Show have been taken off the air." thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/…

Nov 20, 2014

RT @RachelFeintzeig: Meet the people in charge of wrangling the lavish perks that tech companies use to woo top talent. on.wsj.com/1xTlijc

Nov 19, 2014

I just used @KeyMe to get into my apartment after forgetting my keys. What a brilliant idea.

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