High-rise denim “hits the millennials because it’s cool and new and it hits the little bit older customer who just needs more coverage,” said Susan Kellogg, the VF president who oversees 7 for All Mankind, Splendid and Ella Moss. “Whenever a trend like that is so commercial it means money.”
Seamless is your only true friend.
But it still earned $2.33 billion in the quarter and substantially beat Wall Street expectations.
As companies have shown all year, it’s easy to screw up on social media. That makes these winning moves from 2013 all the more impressive.
There are Muppets everywhere.
A Goldman Sachs report out today details some major shifts in the hedge fund world’s market preferences.
Blankfein also has kind words for Hillary Clinton and has historically donated to Democrats.
This quarter last year, they lost money on just two days. All of last year, it was just 14. Ouch.
Now that SAC Capital is facing a steep penalty of nearly $2 billion, these other white collar offenders are probably counting their pennies and breathing a (slight) sigh of relief.
Though it still had the same nasty drop in trading profits as its peers, Morgan’s investors are happy.
The bank’s revenues are down 20% from a year ago thanks to “a period of slow client activity,” said CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Bankers, investors and industrial CEOs are not at all happy about this.
Including a “Love List” made with Teen Vogue listing the 50 most engaging brands among female millennials.
Stuart Bernstein to head up the bank’s Venture Capital Coverage Group.
A great question from Daily Show’s John Oliver is masterfully avoided by Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
The former Goldman Sachs vice president was found civilly liable on six counts of defrauding investors in a $1 billion mortgage security deal.
The announcement follows a week of congressional and media scrutiny of banks’ involvement in physical commodities.
In its earnings report for the second quarter, Goldman refused to put out a figure to show if it’s in compliance with a proposed capital rule. That didn’t stop analysts from asking about it over and over.
Goldman Sachs, led by Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein, posted another blowout quarter, earning $1.93 billion, or $3.70 per share, for the three months ended June 30. Analysts were expecting the bank to earn $2.88 per share.
In a massive survey of consumer attitudes, the biggest gainers are some of the biggest banks. But it’s just negative…to less negative.
If Eliot Spitzer manages to become New York City comptroller, he can’t be overly antagonistic toward Wall Street. After all, as overseer of the city’s finances and fundraising, he would also be a major Wall Street client.
Turney Duff’s new memoir is supposed to be a “mesmerizingly immersive journey through Wall Street’s hidden terrain.” But we’ve read it all before.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc’s fingerprints are all over the deal by Chinese pork processor Shuanghui to buy Virginia-based Smithfield Foods.
An anchor made on-air comments about tracking log in information more than a year ago. A big deal internally — but handled quietly.
In a research note distributed to clients, the investment bank cites an “informal poll of Constitutional law experts.” A decision to uphold the law would be good for the markets, reduce uncertainty, they say.
Goldman Sachs men are now installed as Prime Ministers in Greece (Lucas Papademos) and Italy (Mario Monti), with various others strategically placed around Europe. Why stop here, though? Why not extend thy reach, Goldman Sachs?