Investors sold Chinese stocks in a panic Monday, driving markets down 8.5% — marking the biggest single day loss since 2007.
A Goldman executive familiar with the matter said that the strange, violent market movements on Wednesday led to the most activity ever on some desks with Goldman's clients.
The giant bank points to the huge scope of its business as a defense against a pay discrimination suit. Goldman lawyers said there was no evidence of a company-wide policy that disadvantaged women in pay and promotion
Jack Dorsey, Dick Costolo, Biz Stone, bored reporters, excited traders, a little girl dressed as a Twitter bird, and Patrick Stewart. And all before 10 a.m.
This quarter last year, they lost money on just two days. All of last year, it was just 14. Ouch.
Facebook's first day as a public company was marred with technical issues. And the blame lies in part with Nasdaq.