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The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week: Sept. 27

BlackBerry jet-shops, a filmmaker is cast as a crook by the SEC, AIG's CEO Bob Benmosche puts his foot in his mouth and more.

Goldman Tops Among 3Q M&A Advisors

Goldman Sachs was the top advisor for global M&A activity in the third quarter, according to the latest figures from Dealogic.

Citi May Benefit From M&A Boom

Citigroup's efforts at retooling its sprawling business through asset sales may get a boost from the recent resurgence of the M&A market.

M&A's Rise Muted by Gold Rally

The return of M&A talk like a potential Cadbury-Kraft tie-up is a bullish sign, but it is weighed by surging gold prices and a falling dollar.

Stocks Lift Ahead of Jobs Report

Stocks in the U.S advanced modestly after the latest data gave an uneven picture of economic recovery as investors look ahead to Friday's unemployment report.

Breaking News

Ford Makes a Major Change

The legacy automaker has just made a decision that will affect consumers buying its electric vehicles via a lease.

Tesla Q2 Deliveries Slump To 254,695 As Shanghai Shutdown, Supply Chain Snarls Take Toll

Tesla said it had a record rate of production in June, but supply chain disruption and the closure of its Shanghai gigafactory triggered a slump in Q2 deliveries.

Summers, Others Cite Growing Chance of Recession

GDP shrank an annualized 1.6% in the first quarter, and some experts anticipate another drop in the second quarter.

Coinbase Faces A New Scandal

The platform denies selling proprietary customer data and announces it is expanding into several European countries.