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Tesla (TSLA) Stock Navigates Volatility Ahead of Jan. 25 Earnings Call

Tesla is about to report Q4 earnings.

Samuel O'Brient on InvestorPlace | January 25, 2023

Stifel boosts common share dividend, wants to close stock 'valuation gap'

St. Louis-based Stifel reported net income available last year to common shareholders of $624.9 million, or $5.32 per diluted common share, compared with $789.3 million, or $6.66 per diluted common share in 2021.

Yahoo | January 25, 2023

Morgan Stanley Reshuffles Wealth Management Regional Leadership

The field operation is consolidating from seven to four regions as Morgan Stanley announces new senior roles focused on recruiting and financial planning.

Yahoo | January 24, 2023

3 Tech Stocks to Sell in January Before They Get Torpedoed

If you are looking for stocks to sell, the following three are contending with both sector-specific and idiosyncratic problems.

Faizan Farooque on InvestorPlace | January 23, 2023

Wall Street Is Minting Money as Revenue Rolls In

Wall Street has entered a new era of higher revenue. Over the last three years, the business of trading stocks and bonds, underwriting securities and advising on mergers has generated far more revenue than in any of the recent years that preceded them, according to a Barclays tally of the five largest Wall Street banks. + Bankers and traders brought in nearly $138 billion in revenue last year at the five banks, which include JPMorgan, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley

Yahoo | January 23, 2023

Morgan Stanley lowers CEO Gorman's 2022 compensation to $31.5 million

Gorman's total compensation will include an annual base salary of $1.5 million, a cash bonus of $7.5 million, a deferred equity award of $4.5 million and a performance-based equity award of $18 million, according to a regulatory filing. Morgan Stanley directors based the pay decision on "a challenging economic and market environment" with the performance of the firm "not as strong as the prior year".

Yahoo | January 20, 2023

UPDATE 1-Morgan Stanley lowers CEO Gorman's 2022 compensation to $31.5 mln

Morgan Stanley Chief Executive Officer James Gorman's total compensation for 2022 slipped 10% to $31.5 million, the bank said on Friday. Gorman's total compensation will include an annual base salary of $1.5 million, a cash bonus of $7.5 million, a deferred equity award of $4.5 million and a performance-based equity award of $18 million, according to a regulatory filing. Morgan Stanley directors based the pay decision on "a challenging economic and market environment" with the performance of the firm "not as strong as the prior year".

Yahoo | January 20, 2023

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman Gets $31.5 Million for 2022

Morgan Stanley paid Chief Executive James Gorman $31.5 million for his work in 2022, a 10% pay cut from the year before. Morgan Stanley’s board of directors said Friday it awarded Mr. Gorman a salary of $1.5 million and a cash bonus of $7.5 million for his work last year. Previously, the bank paid Mr. Gorman $35 million for his work in 2021, his largest pay package ever since becoming CEO in 2010.

Yahoo | January 20, 2023

Stocks moving this week: Netflix, Microsoft, Google, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Tesla

Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss the top stories of the week affecting stocks such as Google, Tesla, Netflix, among others.

Yahoo | January 20, 2023

‘This is not an employee choice’: The CEO of Morgan Stanley gets real and says employees can’t simply choose to work remotely

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman said that just as employees' salaries and promotions weren't their choice, working remotely for a week wasn't either.

Yahoo | January 20, 2023


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