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10 Things the Senate Banking Committee Must Ask Wells Fargo Chief John Stumpf

blogs.wsj.com — Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive John Stumpf faces a Senate grilling Tuesday over the bank's sales practices. Earlier this month, the San Francisco lender agreed to pay $185 million to settle allegations that it opened as many as two million accounts without customers' knowledge.

With Eyes for Google, 3 Investors Ride a 111-Day Roller Coaster

wsj.com — As Corinne Marasco rode the morning train to work in Washington on April 30, a newspaper story caught her eye: Google Inc. had announced plans for an initial public offering of stock and would hold an online auction so small investors could get in on the action.

Goldman Sachs Bans Naughty Words in Emails

wsj.com — There will never be another s- deal at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The New York company is telling employees that they will no longer be able to get away with profanity in electronic messages.

LendingClub Woes Bring Latest Challenge to Hard-Hit Online Lenders

wsj.com — After a rough first quarter for upstart online lenders, investors Monday were waiting see if LendingClub Corp., the largest player in the industry, would buck the trend with its quarterly earnings report. Instead, the company announced it had abruptly let go its founder and chief executive, sending the stock plummeting 25%.

Missing Funds at MF Global May Have 'Vaporized'

wsj.com — Nearly three months after MF Global Holdings Ltd. collapsed, officials hunting for an estimated $1.2 billion in missing customer money increasingly believe that much of it might never be recovered, according to people familiar with the investigation.

Occidental Faces a New Fight At the Top

wsj.com — Major shareholders of Occidental Petroleum Corp. are taking sides in an executive-suite drama that has split the energy producer into camps supporting either the chairman or chief executive. The divide comes just two years after the chairman, 78-year-old Ray Irani, left the CEO job over questions about his pay.

Occidental CEO to Stay Through 2014

wsj.com — In a surprise turnabout, Occidental Petroleum Corp. on Monday reversed plans to immediately replace Chief Executive Steve Chazen, giving in to investor pressure less than a week before its annual meeting. The fourth-largest U.S.

Former Direct Edge CEO to join bond upstart

efinancialnews.com — A startup hoping to transform the $13 trillion market for US treasuries has hired a stock exchange veteran to help it get there. William O'Brien, who ran stock-trading platform Direct Edge Holdings from 2007 to 2014, will join bond-trading platform Direct Match as executive chairman, the New York company is expected to announce as soon as April 6.

Direct Match Taps a Booster of High-Speed Trading

wsj.com — A startup hoping to transform the $13 trillion market for U.S. Treasurys has hired a stock-exchange veteran to help it get there. William O'Brien, who ran stock-trading platform Direct Edge Holdings LLC from 2007 to 2014, will join bond-trading platform Direct Match as executive chairman, the New York company is expected to announce as...

Wall Street’s Veeps

blogs.wsj.com — No. 2's are trending on Wall Street these days. Over the last year, three of the six largest U.S. banks have named No. 2 executives. Wednesday, Morgan Stanley announced that longtime executive and former Chief Financial Officer Colm Kelleher was being promoted to the role of president under CEO James Gorman.
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Sep 22, 2016

Football on Twitter is good. 👍🏻 But Patriots rolling looks pretty much the same on the phone. #HOUvsNE


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