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Reports are swirling that Guggenheim CEO might resign as he’s forced to deny that he bought a $13 million mansion for a female executive

The CEO of the prominent Wall Street firm Guggenheim Partners denies reports that he purchased a mansion for a young executive. He has the support of the board.

4 more senior staffers have exited Guggenheim Partners amid ongoing internal strife

Amid an internal power struggle, four more senior staffers have defected from Guggenheim Partners. Ten others have fled the firm in the past 15 months.

WALL STREET PAYDAY: Banks could reap $100 million from the Discovery-Scripps deal

Guggenheim, Goldman Sachs, Allen & Co., JPMorgan, and Evercore are set to divvy up $100 million in fees for the $14.6 billion Discovery-Scripps merger.

An internal battle is reportedly being waged at $240 billion money manager Guggenheim

Profits are down and top talent is fleeing amid internal strife at $240 billion money manager Guggenheim.

This year’s must have for any megadeal? A tiny bank behind the scenes

Boutique banks are racing up US M&A rankings, as their new hires swipe cherished clients away from Wall Street's megabanks.

A tiny Wall Street firm advising Pfizer on its giant deal has had an incredible year

The 16-year-old firm has been an adviser on 5 massive transactions in what has been one of the busiest years for mergers and acquisitions on record.