Appeals Court Rules Against Trump on Subpoenas to Banks
House Democrats had issued subpoenas to Deutsche Bank and Capital One that seek President Trump's financial records, as well as those of his family and their businesses.
Bridgewater Co-CEO to Leave the Hedge Fund
Bridgewater Associates said Eileen Murray, one of its two chief executives, plans to step down, marking the culmination of a succession plan at the world's largest hedge fund.
Fidelity's Asset-Management Chief to Retire in February
The head of Fidelity Investments' asset-management business, Steve Neff, will retire in February, a person familiar with the matter said.
What Security Chiefs Learned From the Capital One Hack
The Capital One hack disclosed this summer put cloud security at the top of every security chief's agenda, where it remains.
Italy's UniCredit to Cut 8,000 Jobs, Launch Buyback
Italy's largest bank UniCredit ruled out targeting big acquisitions as it pledged to raise dividends and cut jobs and costs.
Fed Adds $99.56 Billion in Short-Term Liquidity to Markets
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York added $95.56 billion in temporary liquidity to financial markets Tuesday.
Danske Bank Lifts Guidance
Danske Bank raised its full-year profit guidance after a previously announced disposal received Danish regulatory approval.
Nomura: New Boss, Old Problems
Japanese bank Nomura has a new chief executive, but the structural challenges of overseas expansion with a rigid Japanese banking culture haven't changed.
Financial Services Roundup: Market Talk
The latest Market Talks covering Financial Services
Treasury Eases Minimum-Tax Burdens on U.S. Multinationals
U.S.-based multinationals will be less exposed to certain U.S. taxes after the Treasury Department issued new rules implementing two major pieces of the 2017 tax law.