Craig Mellow • February 27, 2014
Private companies are registering strong growth in e-retailing, online dating and software services.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 26, 2014
Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp breaches the boundaries of reason and spells trouble for other tech companies.
Julie Segal • February 26, 2014
The independent asset management firm bolsters its alternatives business by moving into private debt investing, a strategy put forth by CEO George Walker IV.
Robert Stowe England • February 25, 2014
Emerging-markets bond funds may seem a contrarian play, but investors still crave their potential for high yields.
Aaron Timms • February 24, 2014
Now that certain kinds of derivatives must trade on swap execution facilities, the impact on swaps users and brokers remains unclear.
Daniel Nadler • February 21, 2014
Robots will soon look at a thousand charts and news stories simultaneously with your perspective.
The Staff • February 21, 2014
Paul Allen wins the Super Bowl, Vladimir Potanin and Paul Singer go for gold, Bob Diamond takes a shine to Africa and more.
David Turner • February 21, 2014
The key to finding value in fragile economies is to pick stocks whose performance is independent of their domestic currencies.
Charles Wallace • February 20, 2014
Low volatility and China’s big trade surplus could help keep the currency rising against the U.S. dollar this year, says HSBC's Paul Mackel.
Jonathan Kandell • February 20, 2014
Institutions are thriving despite having to meet tough capital standards because of reforms adopted after previous crises. Nordea's Christian Clausen says risk management is key.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 19, 2014
Meet Equinix, the maker of network neutral data centers that enable Amazon, Facebook, Google and Yahoo to talk to each other really fast.
Allen T. Cheng • February 19, 2014
Now that Chinese regulators have lifted a yearlong freeze on mainland IPOs, some observers expect a surge in listings.
Craig Mellow • February 18, 2014
Credit Suisse’s co-head of investment banking for EMEA built her career by pioneering leveraged finance in Europe.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • February 18, 2014
For financial institutions, freeing cash meant to cover bad debts — so-called loan-loss reserve — may provide a false picture of health.
Henry H. McVey • February 17, 2014
Low inflation and faster economic expansion in many countries are powering growth, despite continued deleveraging.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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