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.
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Charles Schwab, Edward Jones, E*Trade Financial, Fidelity Investments, Morgan Stanley, Scottrade and TD Ameritrade are being probed.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway new $520.7 million position sent shares of Synchrony higher over 4.4% during afternoon trading on Tuesday.
Investment banks' biggest revenue driver is continuing a nosedive into September.
Two years ago, Google broke out its core search business from its numerous 'moonshot' bets.