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Coronavirus will cost the Chinese economy nearly a quarter of its previously projected growth in the first months of January.
One of Beyond Meat’s earliest bulls downgrades the stock, saying its soaring price bakes in ‘plenty of potentially good news’
JPMorgan downgraded the company to "neutral" from "overweight," saying investors should "head for the sideline" after stock's January surge.
Apple will likely beat estimates in its first-quarter report, but the "high bar of expectations" could drive profit-taking, analysts said Monday.
Billionaire Glenn Dubin just retired from his hedge fund, and he said his family’s ties with Jeffrey Epstein didn’t play a role in the dec...
His retirement comes weeks after an investigation by Business Insider into the Dubin family's complex ties to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
JPMorgan raises CEO Jamie Dimon’s pay to $31.5 million after notching its most profitable year in history
The board's decision to raise Dimon's pay took into account the bank's finanical results, stakeholder focus, and teamwork, among other factors.
When asked if he views the US stock market as overvalued, Dimon claimed the bull market's resilience is supported by the US's steady economic growth.
‘Will you say, “Thank you, Mr. President” at least? Huh?’ — Trump said some crazy stuff to corporate bosses after signin...
"It's not your fault. You just got there," the president told Boeing boss David Calhoun, who started this week.
JPMorgan Chase posted record earnings on Tuesday. Here’s how CEO Jamie Dimon, who has a net worth of $1.7 billion, became one of the richest men...
A jump in JPMorgan Chase's stock price added millions to the fortune of the bank's chief executive officer.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says he’s still 5 years from retirement — 2 years after saying the same thing
"When and if we ever set an actual retirement date, we'll let you know," Dimon said when asked on a media call following JPMorgan's earnings report.
One investor bought shares of Bear Stearns days before its 2008 takeover — and he just broke even on the trade
Stephen Bearce has since made a few dollars from the trade, but he has no plans on selling and will hold the stock as a memento, he told The Journal.