Twenty Years? Why?
In being flexible about his CEO tenure, Jeff Immelt and G.E. are making the right decision...
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Too often ignored, they're a great way for CEOs to communicate with key constituencies...
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Dave Hoyt, a superb wholesale banker, is retiring...
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The Fed's Strange Takedown of Citigroup
Bank regulation isn't supposed to work this way...
By Thomas Brown,Posted 03/28/2014
The CFPB Needs More Oversight
The agency is missing a chance to carry out its mission the right way...
By Thomas Brown,Posted 03/13/2014
No, The CFPB Doesn't Discriminate Against Its Own Employees . . .
. . . even though the "disparate impact" numbers say that it does. So why use that same bogus measure to rate the banks...
By Thomas Brown,Posted 03/06/2014
Proxy Advisors Are Still Useless
. . . and expensive, and founts of silly advice . . . ...
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Wall Street Journal: Citigroup Received Mixed Signals On 'Stress Test' 

The Federal Reserve's New York office indicated to CitigroupInc. that the bank would have more time to fix certain "stress test"planning problems before

Washington Post: Yellen makes careful forecast on economy 

Fed chairman stresses that flexibility is crucial to adjustto possibly changing conditions.

Bloomberg: High-Speed Traders Said to Be Subpoenaed in N.Y. Probe 

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent subpoenasto six high-frequency trading firms seeking information 

N.Y. Post: Loeb’s museum board history not a strong case for Sotheby’s 

Billionaire art collector and activist investor Dan Loebmight wish he had left the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles off 

L.A. Times: Alibaba plans IPO in U.S., not Hong Kong 

The largest tech IPO of the year — and perhaps of all time —isn't coming from Silicon Valley.

Bloomberg: Senators Urge Ban on Banks’ Physical Commodity Ownership 

U.S. banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) should bebanned from owning commodities businesses because they could threaten 

L.A. Times: Investment bank Moelis' stock jumps after scaled-down IPO 

Moelis & Co. climbed in its trading debut after raisingless than planned in the first U.S. initial public offering of an investmentbank...

Bloomberg: JPMorgan Looks to Uber, Seamless to Plot Mobile Future 

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) digital chief Gavin Michael,who joined the firm a year ago, has a certain disdain 

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