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Traders and finance pros across the globe were flying blind for a few hours early Friday when their Bloomberg terminals suddenly went blank just as European markets were opening.
Big banks performed well in the last quarter, thanks to increased trading and deal activity. Has the pain of the financial crisis at last eroded?
Goldman Sachs GS smashed through analyst estimates when it released earnings before the bell Thursday morning.
Bank of America reports a slight first-quarter miss on earnings and is criticized for a lack of transparency.
The bank beat first quarter earnings expectations, partly by streamlining businesses.
Barclays employees may want to start polishing their resumes.
To shadow his own words, Warren Buffett chugs a Coke but stops short at belching.
IAC/InterActiveCorp bought back a 10% stake of Tinder. Why?