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Deutsche Bank's week from hell; Wall Street's most sophisticated, high-speed traders are growing hot on fintech investing


We stood outside Deutsche Bank's New York office as staff who'd just been laid off walked out. Here's what we saw.


Here's a look at our top 5 Prime stories of the second quarter



Morale at Deutsche Bank US headquarters is so low, traders are leaving to day drink at 1 p.m. and actively searching for other jobs in front of their bosses


The inside story of how JPMorgan's Finn fell apart; How to buy hedge funds' secret sauce


Inside Slack's direct listing; State Street goes toe-to-toe with BlackRock



One of the most influential VCs in Silicon Valley told startups to 'call Morgan Stanley' after Slack's successful direct listing


Hedge funds and private-equity firms face tug-of-war over talent; 'Alexa, what ETF should I buy?'


The downfall of Finn; WeWork's pitch; Bank of America's cloud journey


A former Goldman Sachs VP is suing with claims of discrimination and retaliation, saying he was asked 'do you act this way because you're gay?'


JPMorgan just shut down Finn, its millennial-focused banking app


JPMorgan credit-card customers are seething about company plans to revoke their ability to sue them — here's how to protect yourself



JPMorgan is poaching Google tech whizzes; Square is working with a select group of CBD startups; inside the growth plans of Aperture Investors


Despite rock-bottom mortgage rates, homebuying stalled in April. It shows how the housing recovery has left many out in the cold.


Evercore is going after JPMorgan and Goldman; WeWork's CEO explains why he thinks his $47 billion company is recession-proof


The biggest names in the hedge fund industry gave tens of millions to both parties in the 2018 midterms — here are the top donors



Goldman Sachs' glitzy new trading floor; Billionaire real-estate investor Sam Zell says now is 'the time to accumulate capital'


Here are the rising hedge fund stars you've got to know; private equity is investing in an anti-cheating startup


Here are the executive power moves that help explain everything that's going on in tech, fashion and consumer


Goldman Sachs's David Solomon says he joined Instagram because his “a lot funnier” predecessor had already claimed Twitter