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TheStreet's Phillip van Doorn and Maria Woehr discuss which bank stocks have the highest dividend payouts.
The Former managing director for the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn will receive a severance payment of $250,000.
UBS's wealth managment CEO denied rumors that Wells Fargo was in discussions to buy the unit.
M&T Bank could be facing pressures to repay TARP, say analysts.
Compensation experts say Vikram Pandit's pay package is justified. But what about other bank CEOs?
Wall Street lawyers have never been more in demand, and that demand is on the rise.
JPMorgan banker Noah Wintroub on the growing investor interest in Internet companies.
JPMorgan declared a quarterly dividend of 25 cents a share.
Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit now has a Facebook fan page in an effort to bolster the bank's image..
Now that Nasdaq and ICE have withdrawn their bid for the NYSE,they could make a bid for BATS Global.