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Rand Paul Seeks to Block Tax Treaty Change on Swiss Accounts
The U.S. is cracking down on secret accounts held by its citizens at UBS AG, Credit Suisse AG, Wegelin & Co.
Wells Fargo's Abbot Downing targets ultrawealthy
The firm is wooing a very rarefied group: the 10,000 U.S. households that have at least $50 million in investible assets and together control more than $1 trillion.
Optical Delusion? Fiber Booms Again, Despite Bust
UBS AG analyst John Hodulik, who interviewed Mr. Crowe onstage at the event, says Level 3's shares dropped after Mr. Crowe spoke, as investors worried the fiber baron could be going back to his roots as an aggressive builder of networks.
JPMorgan Cassino Settlement Shows Derivatives Failed Taxpayers
The contract agreed to swap Cassino's fixed-rate payment on mortgages with Italy's state-owned lender for a variable rate tied to the 12-month U.S.-dollar London interbank offered rate, or Libor. ... JPMorgan, UBS AG, Deutsche Bank and Depfa Bank Plc ...
FIFA April Top 100 World National Soccer Team Rankings
Data are being revised more often and by larger margins, according to a July note from UBS Group AG Global Chief Economist Paul Donovan and analyst Sophie Constable.
Wall Street banks TRIPLE their bonuses in bidding war over top brokers
The brokerage arms of banks such as Morgan Stanley, UBS AG, Wells Fargo & Co. and Bank of America are offering high-end U.S. brokers two to three times the commissions and fees they produced in the previous year, up from about one times those ...
BTG Pactual raises $1.96 billion in Brazil IPO
Esteves, a 43-year-old mathematician who started as a computer technician at Banco Pactual at 21, rose to become managing partner and sold the bank to UBS AG UBSN.VX in 2006 for $3.1 billion. He and some partners bought back Pactual for $2.5 billion ...
Golf's $25 Billion Market Rides Economy to Gain on Woods' Return
In the past few years, rounds played on U.S. courses dwindled as unemployment surged to 10 percent in 2009, and golf courses closed after a building boom mirroring the housing bubble that started to burst in 2006.