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Wall Street hasn't always been friendly to the darlings of Silicon Valley, but Twitter is hoping to buck the trend as it prepares for next month's highly anticipated IPO on Wall Street.
While the financial markets are closely eyeing the shutdown of the government, Wall Street itself is barely being monitored by one of its federal watchdogs, who says it's had to furlough most of its staff.
PMorgan Chase & Co. is paying $920 million in penalties and admitting wrongdoing over a $6 billion trading loss last year that tarnished the bank's reputation.
JPMorgan Chase, the country's largest bank, will pay almost $1 billion in fines and admit that it failed to rein-in loose trading practices that led to a $6 billion loss last year, U.S. and U.K. regulators said Thursday.
Taxpayer-backed green energy company ECOtality filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday following weeks of turmoil in which the company laid off employees and ceased filling orders for its electric vehicle charging stations.
Twitter is the latest social network to go public, but recent history shows Silicon Valley and Wall Street don't always mix so well.
It was supposed to make the stock market run smoother and more efficiently. But the near-total computerization of stock trading in the U.S. led once again to a huge technical glitch that, for three hours on Thursday, stopped trading altogether on the Nasdaq Stock Market, with investors unable to buy or sell a long list of heavily traded tech stocks from Apple to Facebook.
The green car company co-founded by Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe has fallen woefully short of its original projected job creation and production levels while becoming ensnared in two federal investigations.
President Obama had a quiet and unannounced dinner Tuesday night with DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, a mega-donor whose studio has been under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.