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Wells Fargo Still Searching for Stability

It was not all that long ago that Wells Fargo was the most respected bank.

Berkshire Hathaway Reports Lower Income in Second Quarter

Despite plenty of signs that Berkshire Hathaway’s businesses have benefited from a modestly stronger economy.

Bank of America Rounds Out Earnings Reports for America’s Mega-Banks

With Bank of America’s earnings release this morning, the four largest American banks have reported.

Fairfax Financial’s Evolution to Global Player

Markel Financial, a specialty underwriter of trucking insurance in Canada, looked as though it may.

Berkshire Hathaway Takes Substantial Stake in Canada’s Home Capital Group

Home Capital Group, the largest unsecured mortgage lender in Canada, has agreed to an investment.

Doubt Shrouds Chinese Insurer Anbang

The Chinese conglomerate Anbang Insurance Group has seen a meteoric rise by almost any definition.

Santander to Absorb Popular Bank in Spain

Banco Santander, a 160-year-old Spanish banking institution, is absorbing its rival Banco Popular, itself a.

Aetna Hints at Scaling Back on Healthcare Exchanges

Citing the venture as money losing, Aetna has said that its likely to scale back.

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Urged to Back Disclosure of Political Spending

Despite Warren Buffett’s frequent advocacy of political causes such as reproductive rights and gender equality,.

Synchrony Financial’s Weak Earnings Cast Cloud on Credit Card Lendersa

Synchrony Financial’s net income of $499 million in the first quarter of this year versus.