Laurene Powell Jobs has tiptoed into the public sphere, pushing her agenda in education as well as global conservation, nutrition and immigration policy.
Fred Eckert was once a star investor, but by 2011, he was bankrupt, divorced and had spent two months in a coma.
How home buyers can make their offers more attractive in markets with relatively tight inventories of homes for sale.
In the midst of a closely watched investor vote — over whether to separate the roles of chairman and chief executive at JPMorgan Chase — the firm providing tabulations of the vote stopped giving voting ...
Lobbyists for the nation’s biggest banks have persuaded federal regulators to soften a proposed Dodd-Frank rule, a move that is expected to protect Wall Street’s control over the $700 trillion derivatives ...
Japan has traditionally been hostile to Western investors. How the country and Sony react to demands from Daniel Loeb could test the country’s commitment to welcoming foreign investment and, more important, ...
It is now Jamie Dimon, not Lloyd Blankfein, who is caught in a harsh public spotlight, seemingly at odds with regulators.
A new institute, financed by the insurance industry, not only believes in global warming but also supports a carbon tax to combat it.
It may not be popular to say, but the incontrovertible fact remains that JPMorgan has remained one of the best-performing banks on Wall Street under Jamie Dimon.
A survey by the Pew Research Center suggests the European Union may struggle to take the steps needed to make it viable over the long term.
The I.R.S. is designed to enforce the tax code. Under current law, however, it has little choice but to exercise discretion in the constitutionally dangerous waters of campaign finance.
The $2.6-billion installment will shore up the Cypriot economy after the near-collapse of the country’s banking sector.
The broadcast networks are preparing to unveil new fall lineups for an audience that is shrinking rapidly, lured away by new rivals on all sides.
A shareholder vote on whether to split Jamie Dimon’s roles as chief executive and chairman could turn on whether the board’s lead director, Lee Raymond, is seen as strong enough to stand up to Mr. Dimon....
The anemic economy has left millions struggling to get ahead. Student-loan debt is making it even harder for many of them, and they are delaying purchases of things like homes and cars.
California’s top law enforcement official accused JPMorgan Chase on Thursday of flooding the state’s courts with questionable lawsuits to collect a glut of overdue credit card debt.
Under the proposed deal, the hedge fund manager Philip A. Falcone has agreed to at least a two-year ban from raising new capital, and he and his fund will pay a fine of $18 million.
The bailed-out mortgage finance company will turn over a $7 billion dividend to the federal government next month.
Almost 100,000 homeowners got checks for less than they were owed under the settlement with the nation’s biggest banks.
The Japanese carmaker benefited from a weak yen and improving sales in the United States, with net income in the year to March more than tripling from the previous year.