Fed Adds $58.15 Billion in Liquidity on Monday
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York injected $58.15 billion in overnight liquidity into financial markets, as part of an effort to help tame volatility in short-term rate markets with temporary and permanent injections of liquidity.
Wells Fargo Finally Has a CEO. Here's What He Has to Do.
Charles Scharf, who previously ran Bank of New York Mellon and Visa, starts Monday as CEO of Wells Fargo. Big changes could follow.
HSBC's Stand-In Weathers Storms in Bid for Top Job
HSBC started 2019 with a chief executive poised for growth and focused on making its 238,000 employees the "best version of themselves." It is ending the year with a new boss cutting thousands of jobs, culling clients and putting businesses on the block.
Peter Thiel's Founders Fund Builds New War Chest in Strategy Shift
Peter Thiel's venture-capital firm is raising nearly $3 billion-and in a switch from the company's usual script, much of the war chest will be poured into the swelling ranks of technology startups that have stayed private for years.
In a Case of Missing Paychecks, Millions in Taxes Remain Unpaid
Millions of dollars destined for federal, state and local taxes remain stuck in limbo, more than a month after the collapse of a New York payroll processor.
Insurers Face Wave of Costly Child Sex-Abuse Claims
New state laws encouraging child abuse victims to come forward are expected to spur a wave of lawsuits against insurance companies, likely bringing many aspects of previous insurance contracts into dispute.
Ratings Firms Give Companies More Breathing Room
Amid a major corporate borrowing boom, ratings firms have given leeway to big borrowers like Kraft Heinz and Campbell Soup, allowing their balance sheets to swell.
Carl Icahn Is Nearing Another Landmark Deal. This Time It's With His Son.
Brett Icahn is emerging as the likely successor to one of the most famous investors of all time. But his father is not ready to hand over the reins just yet.
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Highland Capital Management LP Creditor Likely to Press for Chapter 11 Trustee
Highland Capital Management LP appeared for the first time in bankruptcy court as creditors' lawyers questioned the fund manager's corporate governance and previewed a potential battle over control of the restructuring process.