This latest round of private investment places the streaming music giant's value at $8.4 billion, more than twice as much as any other music streaming service.
Economists are looking ahead to banking earnings next week, as JPMorgan and Wells Fargo report quarterly results Tuesday.
Deep-pocketed investors are reportedly circling the social network.
At a D.C. hearing, Daniel Tarullo suggested that Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs might face limits on commodities trading.
Only about one-quarter of the cash flowing into global investment banks derives from activity in the real economy.
New York-based Univision’s Spanish-language broadcast network sometimes beats English language broadcasters in the primetime ratings race.
Brady Dougan will step down as chief executive of the Swiss bank at the end of June.
Oil prices had risen in January and February after falling by almost two-thirds over the last year.
Initial results of the Federal Reserve's annual bank examinations come out Thursday. Here's what you need to know.
Financial regulators are looking at complex transactions that allow hedge funds to lower their tax bills.
Morgan Stanley is the latest bank, after Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase, to shell out a fine for its role in the 2008 crisis.
Ten of the world's largest banks are facing scrutiny for allegedly rigging the prices of gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating 10 major banks over allegations of price-fixing of precious metals.
Federal regulators want to make sure incentive structures don't promote dangerous risk-taking.
America’s favorite banking villain still ranks dead last on a list of 100 U.S. companies covered by corporate-reputation poll.
Just a month after raising $1.2 billion, Uber secured $1.6 billion to fund its international expansion.
Profit at Goldman Sachs' bond trading business, traditionally a strong unit, plunged 29 percent last quarter due to multiple bouts of market volatility.
The online marketplace has grown its customer base to more than 40 million.
Goldman slashed its three-month forecasts for Brent to $42 a barrel from $80.
The bank's analysts said the lower prices could force U.S. shale producers to scale back their output in the second half of 2015.
China's private sector suitors are set to drive another strong year of Asian mergers and acquisitions in 2015.
A massive pension fund run by Wall Street fuels the debate in Congress over cuts to retiree benefits.