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  1. Blackstone, Goldman Grab Control of Ipreo for $975M

    Blackstone (NYSE:BX) and Goldman Sachs' (NYSE:GS) private-equity arm unveiled a deal on Monday worth $975 million to acquire data and software provider Ipreo from pr...

  2. Facebook Looks For OK To Launch Financial Services: FT

    Facebook Inc. is getting ready to launch financial services, which would let people make payments and store their money via its social network, the Financial Times r...

  3. JPMorgan weighs on the markets

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Herbalife and previews the week ahead.

  4. JPMorgan on profit drop: Be relieved we aren't taking big risks

    JPMorgan Chase & Co executives had a clear message for shareholders after reporting declining first-quarter earnings: don't worry, be happy that the bank isn't chasi...

  5. Herbalife Tumbles as FBI Probe Comes to Light

    Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) tumbled 14% on Friday amid fresh worries the controversial nutrition company could be facing more scrutiny, on two fronts.According to FBN's Cha...

  6. Investment boot camp

    Holland & Co. chairman Mike Holland breaks down the keys to investing.

  7. Herbalife Falls 13% On Report Of Criminal Probe

    Shares of Herbalife Ltd. dropped more than 13% in late trade Friday after the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter, reported that the multi-level ...

  8. Barclays Settles Second Libor-Linked UK Court Case

    Barclays has settled its second lawsuit in a week that alleged the British bank had mis-sold products that were tied to Libor benchmark interest rates.Barclays said ...

  9. Square inching closer to potential IPO?

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro on Square and Dropbox securing lines of credit to boost their funding.

  10. Mylan May Buy Swedish Pharma Group Meda: WSJ

    Generic drug group Mylan Inc. is mulling the purchase of Swedish pharmaceutical group Meda AB , The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing persons close to t...

  11. FT: Goldman to Exit NYSE Floor in Historic Move

    In the latest sign of the evolving stock trading business, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) is reportedly planning to leave the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.The inves...

  12. Is the market rigged against individual investors?

    Seaport Securities founder Teddy Weisberg on concerns there is an uneven playing field for individual investors.

  1. Is the age of a career CEO coming to an end?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Barron’s senior editor Jack Hough on GE CEO Jeff Immelt possibly stepping down before his 20-year tenure expires.

  2. Does Facebook want to be your next banking destination?

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on reports Facebook may get into financial services.

  3. Buy, sell or hold Herbalife?

    NYU Stern School of Business professor Lawrence White and antitrust attorney David Balto on whether you should invest in Herbalife.

  4. Report: Facebook Wants to Handle Mobile Payment Services

    Facebook has invaded many facets of our lives, and now it's reportedly looking to provide financial services.The social media site is preparing to provide financial ...

  5. Money Transfers: Facebook's Key to Emerging Markets?

    In a bid to gain further traction in emerging markets, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is reportedly planning to jump into the money transfer business by servicing remittances ...

  6. Report: Facebook to Offer Mobile Payment Services

    Facebook Inc is preparing to join the mobile-payments race with remittances and electronic-money services on the social network, the Financial Times reported on Sund...

  7. Report: Walgreen Pressured to Relocate to Europe

    Walgreen (NYSE:WAG) is being pressured by a group of major investors to move its headquarters to Europe in a tax cutting move, according to a report by the Financial...

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