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Pete Ricketts will continue to serve as vice chairman and a member of the board.
Tumbling Treasury yields and lower oil prices fail to stoke shares. Plus, the retail-oil conundrum.
The firm will pay $2.2 billion to settle with shareholders of the scandal-plagued energy trader.
The company says it averaged 133,000 client trades a day in May.
E*Trade is said to be offering a 49.5% stake in the combined company and $2 billion in cash.
The companies have held discussions on a potential merger of TD Waterhouse USA and Ameritrade.
Reports of the $5.5 billion offer spur more buying in the online brokerage sector.
North-of-the-border stocks have surged two straight years. A Fidelity manager mulls '05.
There are so few bulls and so many shorts that we're going higher in the absence of anything new.
The online broker has a record profit in the first quarter as retail investors ride the rally.
The transaction has an implied value of around $6.3 billion.
The report says the former chairman and CEO breached their fiduciary responsibility.
Some bubble detritus is suddenly the market's leader. Again.
We need fewer players taking pieces of a shrinking pie. That's good for E*Trade and Ameritrade.
Canada's currency and stocks have been doing well relative to the U.S.
The company's revenue diversity and history suggest it won't join the preannouncement parade.
The firm needs regulatory approval, which might not come for as long as a year.
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