Here’s a look at some of the companies the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you today.
Goldman Sachs (GS) is shaking up its trading operation. The Wall Street Journal says Jim Esposito will be formally tapped to run the securities division. He’s been one of the six executives leading that team since June. This ahead of David Solomon taking over as CEO this fall.
There’s more attention on CBS (CBS) today. The company says the executive producer of 60 Minutes will stay on vacation as the company investigates misconduct allegations at the network. Variety says the probe is expected to wrap up later this month. Both 60 Minutes chief Jeff Fager and CEO Les Moonves have denied any wrongdoing.
Apple’s (AAPL) iTunes has become the latest to say no to Alex Jones. The service has pulled down all of his podcasts and most offered by his network, Infowars. Apple hasn’t publicly explained the move, but Facebook recently suspended his profile for bullying and hate speech.
Wells Fargo (WFC) says more than 400 people lost their homes due to a computer glitch. That’s detailed in a new SEC filing. The bank says customers were denied loan changes that should have been approved and did not receive offers they qualified for. Wells says it’s “very sorry” and has set aside $8M for those affected.