UBS initiates the iPhone maker with a 'buy,' and the bank is reportedly planning to reclaim stock compensation from executives involved in the trading scandal.
Analysts aren't expecting much. Even so, one company is going to make the numbers appear much better than they really are.
The conflicts of interest that exist at investment management divisions of big financial firms are pretty apparent -- and have been for some time.
Heads roll at Barclays as authorities investigate other banks for interest-rate manipulation.
The online retailer is reportedly developing a smartphone, and the Internet portal is down to 2 CEO candidates.
Stocks pare earlier losses after new European easing measures and signs of improvement in the US labor market.
William Cohan talks about the British bank's rate rigging and its implications for other institutions.
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