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A new report suggests Facebook did not overpay for WhatsApp. In fact, analysts say the fast-growing messaging service could actually add some $4 a share to the social network’s bottom line.
The tug-of-war over Ukraine has seeped into the cyber realm, marking the latest example of geopolitical conflicts increasingly playing out in cyberspace.
Federal regulators have given J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. a green light to omit from its upcoming shareholder meeting a proposal to force the board to develop a breakup plan.
Rap mogul's interest in Fuse, coach's rumored return to Knicks franchise could be boost new CEO Tad Smith needs.
FMC Corp.'s shares soared after it announced its plans to split itself into two independent public companies.
Men’s Wearhouse agreed to buy smaller rival Jos. A. Bank for $1.8 billion, ending a months-long takeover battle between the suit sellers.
Hip-hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs has reportedly offered to acquire cable-TV network Fuse from Madison Square Garden for about $200 million.
Oppenheimer analyst Chris Kotowski expects banks' excess capital to support higher payouts, improve confidence and raise stock prices.
NEW YORK, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services has unveiled major advances to its groundbreaking and popular Audience of One® experience, making it more interactive, fun and personal. Among the innovations that promise to deepen engagement with plan participants are an ability to deliver a more personalized experience through tailored messaging, interactive online games, social norming and videos, all of which aim to be a "call to action" for employees to save and invest more effectively for retirement. Audience of One was first introduced in the 1990s to encourage participants to take important steps to better prepare for retirement. By combining participant outreach with extensive research into behavioral finance, Audience of One has been one of the industry's most effective strategies for helping employees reach their retirement goals. J.P. Morgan has received more than 100 industry awards for Audience of One in the last four years alone. It also includes a broader digital experience, such as games that educate and inspire participants to pursue their "retirement dreams" by adopting healthier savings habits. In the pilot for the program's enhancement, 87% of website visitors played the games and overall engagement—measured by the number of historically disengaged people who went on to review their accounts—increased by 17%.*
Virtu Financial Inc., one of the largest high-frequency trading firms, is seeking to raise $100 million in a public offering of its stock, according to a securities filing.