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It is not uncommon for an investment banker to jump from one Wall Street firm to another.
It is less common for five of them — from the same team — to do it at the same time for the same rival. That’s what happened at Credit Suisse’s San Francisco-based technology team.
In early June, just days after they gave their resignation, Credit Suisse went to court asking for a forensic search of their electronics, and for a judge to keep them from starting work at the rival firm — Jefferies.
Business Insider’s Portia Crowe took a look inside the legal case everyone on Wall Street’s talking about.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn was recently in talks to sell his stake in nutritional supplement maker Herbalife to a group that included hedge fund manager Bill Ackman.
These are the personality tests you take to get a job at Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund. And here’s a hedge fund manager on how to ace your next job interview.
Here’s why it’s tempting for the CEO of Mylan to keep hiking the EpiPen price.
Finally, here are the 10 biggest box-office bombs of 2016 so far.
Here are the top Wall Street headlines at midday:
There’s one bright spot in the US economy that keeps getting better – Consumers are still the biggest drivers of the US economy.
Morgan Stanley says Amazon could eventually sell cars on its site – Morgan Stanley says Amazon is getting serious about entering the $1.2 trillion new and used car sales market, and could even start selling cars on its site, in a note published Friday.
The bond market is about to cross a ‘line in the sand’ – Bond yields remain abnormally low across much of the developed world as policies of zero or even negative interest rates by the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank, and the US Federal Reserve keep rates anchored.
Gap and Abercrombie are trapped in retail’s nightmarish cycle – Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch are trapped in a vicious cycle. The brands can’t stop resorting to one of retail’s worst trends: rampant discounts.
Las Vegas financiers are demanding a non-negotiable $750 million in public money for potential Raiders stadium – Backers of a $1.9 billion proposal for a new NFL stadium in Las Vegas for the Oakland Raiders are demanding $750 million in public money to fund the project, or else they say they will walk away.
Get ready to say goodbye to a lot of electric cars – We are nearing the beginning of what we’re calling the “second great electric-car extinction.” The first extinction happened after the financial crisis, when numerous electric-vehicle startups went bankrupt and vanished.