The banking giant reports a profit, and the semiconductor company reports earnings above expectations.
Heads roll at Barclays as authorities investigate other banks for interest-rate manipulation.
Cirrus Logic is downgraded to 'perform,' and Infosys is upgraded to 'buy.'
Stocks rise, shrugging off the downgrade of many major global banks.
Companies including Bank of America, Citigroup, General Electric and Wells Fargo have faced shareholder anger and protests at their annual gatherings.
Wall Street analysts are increasingly bullish on the cellular infrastructure industry. It's not too late for investors to dial in.
The House of Dimon won the race to be the top investment bank for the first quarter of 2012, according to preliminary data from Dealogic.
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