Bear Stearns

A former investment banker opens up about surviving the frat-boy culture.
The real lesson behind one woman's horrifying tale of sexism and shame on Wall Street.
Both extraordinarily well-made and well-acted films have received Golden Globe nominations for best motion picture screenplay
Protecting the American people from another devastating financial crash and the economic wreckage it causes begins with reflecting honestly about the past and trying to learn the right lessons.
The White House, U.S. Treasury, and Federal Housing Finance Authority have been stonewalling discovery requests by investors who want to know exactly why the GSEs were put into conservatorship in the first place.
To this day, the Fed continues to be dogged by criticisms that its actions have mainly benefited big banks and Wall Street
All three rating agencies said in statements that the allegations were "without merit." The losses cited in Monday's lawsuit
These transactions included a $4 billion securitization backed mostly by mortgage assets in the hedge funds, and the providing
The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California has been conducting criminal and civil investigations into the bank's
Mary Haggerty bought a $950,000 apartment in New York City in 2005, according to the city’s property records. Mayer didn’t
As more women face the challenge, the proverbial glass ceiling will keep cracking and hopefully, one day it will break apart. Until then, don't be afraid to take risks and nurture your ideas. They might just hatch.
Islands like the Caymans are well-known as corporate tax havens, and earlier this week Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders railed against rampant offshore tax abuse. What's less well-known, but perhaps just as troubling, is that hedge funds use these havens to avoid something else as well: proper governance.
Instead of being attracted to those funds that dumped Apple, you would be better advised to attribute their decision more to luck than to skill. Your confidence should be shaken by the overwhelming majority of funds that got clobbered when Apple shares dropped in price.
WASHINGTON, Oct 10 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said his company has lost up to $10 billion
Eric Schneiderman's lawsuit against Bear Stearns and JPMorgan Chase over mortgage-backed securities is like London at the start of the zombie movie 28 Days Later: devoid of human life.
Is this the best that Eric Schneiderman has got? Yesterday, the New York attorney general filed a thoroughly unimpressive
It’s one thing to mislead clients about the health of an investment. It’s another to then admit it in an email. Apparently