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Mark DeCambre names the firms in the hot seat following the collapse of Bear Stearns and explains why JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon is the big winner.
The beleaguered investment bank's 85-year run as an independent company could be in doubt.
Artist Geoffrey Raymond has put his portrait of the former New York governor on eBay for $4,000.Farnoosh Torabi and Mark DeCambre pay him a visit.
JPMorgan and Citi are believed to be the top contenders for the 50% stake in the business.
Eliot Spitzer earned plenty of antipathy in corporate America, making his resignation a happy day.
Eliot Spitzer's relentless pursuit of financial malefactors will earn him little sympathy as he faces allegations he arranged a visit with a prostitute.
You don't clean up Wall Street without creating some enemies, says Mark DeCambre.
New CEO Jay Brown says the company has a 'clear opportunity' to pick up market share after maintaining its credit rating.
After weeks of talk about a bailout, the bond insurer instead says it will raise $1.5 billion through a stock offering.
Volatile markets caused hedge funds to lose 2.46% in January, according to Hedge Fund Research.