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President Donald Trump wrote in a tweet Friday that he wants the Securities and Exchange Commission to study the possibility of requiring companies to report earnings every six months instead of three, as is the current practice.
Nio, a Chinese electric automaker, is looking to raise $1.8 billion in a U.S. IPO on the NYSE.
John Foley, CEO of Peloton, thinks that the company is just getting started.
Sonos IPO Thursday was better than expected.
The connected audio pioneer has a quality product line. But it has been losing money, and tech giants are starting to take aim.
Wireless speaker maker Sonos prices IPO below previous guidance.
CEO of Tenable discusses cybersecurity for companies and consumers.
The Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical giant unveils second-quarter results that surpass analysts' top- and bottom-line estimates.
Goldman Sachs increased trading revenue more than any other Wall Street firm during the first half of the year, rebounding from a worst-in-class performance last year that prompted some analysts and investors to call for CEO Lloyd Blankfein's departure.
Big U.S. banks including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America have reaped a windfall from President Donald Trump's tax cuts and the Federal Reserve's increases in interest rates. Yet regular savers have yet to see any benefit from the fatter profits in the form of higher savings rates on deposits.
Cannabis-infused makeup, a cannabis IPO on Nasdaq and cannabis wars.
There's a race on to develop the bank of the future, and Stifel Financial's Keefe, Bruyette & Woods unit is adding investment bankers to cash in on an expected flurry of mergers and stock offerings by financial-technology companies.
Ted Pick, who oversaw Morgan Stanley's stock- and bond-trading units, will now have an expanded set of responsibilities including oversight of the firm's investment bankers. He's on a short list of potential eventual successors to CEO James Gorman, a person briefed on the matter said.
Lovesac soars more than 30% on the day of its initial public offering. CEO Shawn Nelson tells TheStreet why now is the best time to list shares.
Goldman Sachs, the elite Wall Street powerhouse, is under pressure to diversify its business mix beyond the traditional emphasis on investment banking and stock-and-bond trading. So it's pushing hard to build up an online retail bank for ordinary savers -- and offering some of the highest rates in the U.S. to lure them in.