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Bitcoin is trading above $10,000 for the first time in over a year following Facebook’s cryptocurrency announcement and strong 2019 growth
The price of a single bitcoin exceeded $10,000 for the first time since March 2018 on Friday, according to data from Coindesk.
Here's what we know about what's going on inside of JPMorgan right now, from who is leading the race to succeed CEO Jamie Dimon one day, to the bank's tech investments.
Meet the JPMorgan banker with no technical expertise who’s now in charge of one of the biggest data projects on Wall Street
Casper's role shows how important data is to Wall Street's plans to hold on to customers and markets, despite the upheaval brought by technology.
We talked to some of the smartest minds on Wall Street about how tech is transforming finance. Here’s what they had to say.
The world's biggest financial institutions are spending billions on technology. And the industry is reaching an inflection point where those massive investments are starting to pay off.
Mega-bank JPMorgan has shut down Finn, its banking app focused on younger users, according to an announcement from the company.
Trump’s threat to escalate the trade war between the US and China could create another headache for Boeing
Tariffs could cause trouble for Boeing. From 2014 through 2018, Boeing received 425 orders from Chinese customers, 8% of its total orders during that period.
JPMorgan cuts its Tesla expectations after the company announced a $2.4 billion funding round — but says there’s one big plus to the offer...
Tesla is using some of its fresh cash for anti-dilutive hedging transactions that should help "put a floor under the stock," JPMorgan told clients.
JPMorgan just handed its CFO a new role and it could be a sign she’s a candidate to replace Jamie Dimon
Jennifer Piepszak, head of cards, will replace Lake as CFO.
JPMorgan Chase reported record first-quarter results on both the top and bottom lines Friday morning. Shares climbed 2.3% in early trading to $108.68.
Global stocks were mixed on Friday as markets waited to see if US bank earnings would fuel fears of a first-half earnings recession.