Public company valued at $53 narrows quarterly losses to just over $1 billion...and, yes, those words are "narrows" and "quarterly"
The former Eeyore of Wall Street is now a compulsive winner making life more interesting for Jamie Dimon.
Can one properly pre-gauge the sucking bafflement in a $1 billion loss on $4 billion in revenue?
Lyft is the latest victim of a market that's afraid to be alone but even more afraid of an intimate long-term connection.
What are you doing, The Market? SNAP is never going to be relationship material.
The Stagecoach is offering its next leader a real fixer-upper opportunity.
CEO Sergio Ermotti warns everyone that European banks might report numbers troublingly close to his bank's normal ones.
Hey, it also didn't, like, kill anyone.
Christian Sewing now contemplating just running the whole show out of some WeWorks.
America’s naughtiest lender will stay under Fed punishment for the whole year.
The Khaleesi of Wall Street is entering the "Dopey" portion of his pre-campaign rope-a-dope.
When you lose money for half a decade, people take a while to come around to acknowledging your success.
Somebody got that Jamie Dimon thirst for REAL.
If you work at Morgan Stanley, find Adam Jonas and hug him tight.
And don't get him started on breasts.
Jeff Bezos just became the richest man in the world on your can't miss Amazon short trade.
This isn't a bad company, but taking it public was borderline fraudulent.
Well how do ya like that?
No one puts Acky in the corner.
Yeah, Michael Corbat has a Lloyd Blankfein poster in his locker, so what?