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Earnings at the firms can't compare to Goldman Sachs' performance.
The fund founded by a former Bears player hits the skids.
The hedge fund is accused of illegal short-selling.
Will BofA buy Barclays? Will Citi split? Where's de Molina?
Apollo Investment shares rise despite the loss of execs.
The bank boots a big settlement for the second time in two years.
It won't buy Ameritrade or E*Trade, the CEO says.
The biotech gets pounded just weeks after a timely stock sale.
But are the investors really getting their money's worth?
If regulations are so bad, why are stocks up?