Tagged With Lazard

A CEO at one of the world's largest asset managers is downbeat on European M&A while 'people are frozen' before Brexit

Advice for the adviser: Professional investors say Lazard should consider breaking itself up

Dealmaking is off to a scorching start -- and one Wall Street CEO says it could just be the beginning

WALL STREET PAYDAY: Banks could reap $90 million in fees from the Gilead-Kite deal

The retail apocalypse is driving a $175 million business at Lazard

Lazard is having a record year, as revenues surge to $720 million in second quarter and profits blow past expectations

Greece is getting Rothschild to fight its corner

An $11.4 billion fund manager talks Trump, Russia, and China

One of Wall Street's premier advisory firms just landed a big-name hire from Citigroup

Albertsons was set to be one of the biggest IPOs of 2015 -- until someone dropped the ball

Meet the bankers making the $109 billion beer deal of the decade happen

Meet the investment banking dealmakers working on a $275 billion mega merger

The explosion in M&A has further to run for two key reasons

The ex-Wall Streeter Elizabeth Warren bulldozed out of a top spot at Treasury defended Dodd-Frank in the WSJ

Wall Street's behemoths watch helplessly as the boutique banks pick at their lunches

Wall Street is feeling left out after the Heinz-Kraft deal

Lazard's Matthieu Pigasse is 'the self-marketed rock star of finance'

The Intern Who Left Wall Street For Porn Has Details On Her First Film

Wall Street Intern Posts Nude Selfies From Bank's Bathroom, Then Quits Job To Pursue Career In Porn

Lazard Stock Goes Wild After Gasparino Tweets