NEW YORK ( TheStreet)--To many members of Occupy Wall Street, the Tea Party, or others who believe Washington has been hijacked by corporate interests, the career of Deputy Secretary of State Tom Nides may not seem especially unusual.
Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
Goldman reveals very little about its giant trading operations. That's partly why investors got nervous following a disappointing performance that remains mostly unexplained.
CEO Hunter Harrison will find a few familiar faces in the boardroom, including Mantle Ridge's Paul Hilal.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer breaks down the day's trending stocks on our daily Facebook Live show, which airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.