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CIT Group shares extended a recent rally Friday, building on big gains this week and setting a new high since the lender emerged from a speedy Chapter 11 reorganization.
Intel saw its price target and earnings estimates raised by Goldman Sachs to reflect higher realized sales and margins.
CapitalSource gets $119 million in proceeds from HUD mortgages on long-term care facilities
CapitalSource rose on above-average volume after it sold 143 long-term care facilities in a $860 million deal.
CapitalSource posts 3rd-qtr loss on reserve buildup to cover bad loans; charge-offs spike
CIT Group now looks more likely than ever to file for bankruptcy following a $6 billion loan offer from financier Carl Icahn.
CIT CEO Jeffrey Peek's resignation on Tuesday wasn't exactly a shocker. Senior writer Dan Freed muses on what qualities are currently in vogue in the C-suite.
CapitalSource weathered financial crisis without government support, and now the company is set up to make hay with the much of the competition on the sidelines.
CIT Group's business model may have been exposed as obsolete during this crisis, but there are signs of hope for similar companies.
CIT's Jeff Peek's innovative approach eventually collided with dried-up capital markets.
Earnings roundup: Nasdaq OMX profit drops; Sirius XM Radio subscriber adds decline, posts loss
CapitalSource falls to 1Q loss but says loan losses, charge-offs improve
Commercial lender CapitalSource's acquisition of Fremont General last month could signal a move away from relying on the capital markets to finance deals.
Take a look to find out whether your institution is on the list. Philip van Doorn of TheStreet.com Ratings breaks down the data.
The commercial finance company secured a $3 billion credit line from Goldman Sachs.
TSC Ratings put together a list of institutions that are undercapitalized. Is yours at risk?
The sector finished slightly up Tuesday, even after Fannie Mae's big loss.
Textron's military business should benefit from a report calling for no change in U.S. troop levels in Iraq, Cramer says.
Let Apple fall 8 to 10 points before pulling the trigger, Cramer advises.
The rally in financials was short-lived, as stocks sank again Thursday a day after gains.
Shares shed 24% after the company halts a late-stage trial.
Valence Technology rises on news of a new CFO and a new supply deal.
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