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Perella Weinberg Feels Wall Street Pinch, Talks With Tudor Pickering in Final Stages

The boutique investment bank created by veteran financial executives Joseph Perella and Peter Weinberg is in the final stages of negotiating a merger with the Houston-based bank Tudor Pickering Holt & Co., in a transaction that underscores the fragile nature of Wall Street deal making business as smaller firms seek savings amid a decline in activity, the FOX Business Network has learned.

AIG Looks to Rebrand SunAmerica to Rebuff Icahn's Break-Up Push

As insurance giant American International Group (NYSE:AIG) continues to downsize after its near collapse during the 2008 financial crisis, the FOX Business Network has learned at least one section of the financial services giant appears safe from a potential sale: The company’s SunAmerica mutual fund unit.

Exclusive: Trump’s ‘Yuge’ Fundraising Not So ‘Yuge’

The Trump campaign is publicly touting the tremendous success of its nascent fundraising effort with contributions “pouring in” to its coffers, but the money men on the ground and working the phones to convince potential donors to support the real estate tycoon’s presidential ambitions are providing a more sobering assessment, the FOX Business Network has learned.

Perella Weinberg Seeks Partner Amid M&A Slump

Investment bank Perella Weinberg Partners is in merger discussions with Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. in a deal that would reflect the dire conditions on Wall Street particularly among medium-sized banks, and the potential for new restructuring business arising from the shakeout in the U.S. energy industry, the FOX Business Network has learned.

Rubio's 'Internal Civil War' May End Run

Marco Rubio’s troubled 2016 presidential campaigned has devolved into an all-out civil war with some major donors saying he should drop out of the race immediately, and his paid staff urging him to stay the course, the FOX Business Network has learned.