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Wells Fargo's Latest $240 Million Legal Setback Is Win for Shareholders

Wells Fargo's Latest $240 Million Legal Setback Is Win for Shareholders

Wells Fargo discloses an agreement in principle of a shareholder-derivative lawsuit under which its insurers will pay $240 million - to the company. In an embarrassing way, it's a minor win for shareholders after more than $4.5 billion of elevated costs stemming from a series of scandals.

VC Isn't the Meritocracy It Claims to Be: Ex-Kleiner Ellen Pao

VC Isn't the Meritocracy It Claims to Be: Ex-Kleiner Ellen Pao

Ellen Pao writes about her gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins in her new book, Reset.

Will Mutual Funds Get Hammered for Antitrust? Two Scholars Say There's No Need

Will Mutual Funds Get Hammered for Antitrust? Two Scholars Say There's No Need

Rock and Rubinfield say large asset managers are unlikely to encourage portfolio companies to collude.

What's Next for U.S.-China Dealmaking Under Trump

What's Next for U.S.-China Dealmaking Under Trump

Wall Street financiers continue to expect a radical shift in the nature of the U.S.-China relationship, with significant ripple effects hitting trade and cross-border deals.

Here's Who Killed It in October Dealmaking Advice

Here's Who Killed It in October Dealmaking Advice

Boutique banks held their own against the bulge bracket, while Qualcomm stuck with a Paul Weiss lawyer who'd only recently joined the firm.

Beefing Up Europe's National Antitrust Busters: White & Case's Komninos Shares Reform Thoughts

Beefing Up Europe's National Antitrust Busters: White & Case's Komninos Shares Reform Thoughts

European Commission considers expanding the role of national competition authorities in the EU's 28 member countries, White & Case Case LLP partner shares his views on areas of possible reform.