- Dimon, After Winning Support, Moves to Mend Bank’s Fences New York Times
The chief executive of JPMorgan is reaching out to regulators and bolstering the bank’s risk controls.
- Goldman Sachs Research Disputes ‘Too Big to Fail' Bank Subsidy Bloomberg
Bond investors don't perceive the six biggest U.S. banks as "too big to fail," according to a report from one of those lenders, Goldman Sachs.
- High Costs, Currency Push Ford out of Australia Manufacturing Reuters
Ford will shut its two Australian auto plants in October 2016, blaming a strong currency and costs that are hitting manufacturers.
Hewlett-Packard's nearly 50% gain has left it atop the 30 companies that make up the Dow, and yet, its support on Wall Street is razor thin.