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Yahoo Finance’s Daniel Howley joins the Live show to discuss the chip sector, the impact of a macroeconomic slowdown, and Morgan Stanley lowering its price target on AMD to $95 from $102.
Morgan Stanley's (NYSE:MS)) market cap declines to US$146b but insiders who sold US$14m stock were able to hedge their losses
Insiders at Morgan Stanley ( NYSE:MS ) sold US$14m worth of stock at an average price of US$102 a share over the past...
Morgan Stanley (MS) closed the most recent trading day at $84.77, moving -1.84% from the previous trading session.
Sports gamblers in New Jersey now have a new way to profit off their favorite NFL player's success.
For first time ever, all the growth drivers for hydrogen fuel have arrived at the same time.
NEW YORK, September 21, 2022--Morgan Stanley at Work released today the latest findings from its second annual State of the Workplace Financial Benefits Study, highlighting the economic challenges employees face amid rising inflation and evolving views on financial benefits.
Oops. Morgan Stanley pays $35 million fine after customer data turns up in hard drives owned by IT consultant in Oklahoma
An SEC official said Morgan Stanley’s failures could have had “disastrous consequences for investors.”
The company will pay $35 million to settle charges related to what the SEC said were “extensive failures” to safeguard customer data.
A Morgan Stanley unit has agreed to pay $35 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges it repeatedly failed to safeguard personal information for millions of customers, the regulator said Tuesday. The SEC said that for five years, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney failed to protect personal identifying information for 15 million customers. Dating back to 2015, the firm failed to properly dispose of devices containing sensitive information, including repeatedly hiring a moving and storage company with no proper expertise to decommission thousands of hard drives and servers, the SEC said.
(Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley will pay $35 million to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that one of its units failed to secure the personal data of millions of customers when replacing company hard drives and servers.Most Read from BloombergHome-Flipper Opendoor Hit With Losses in Echo of Zillow CollapseSouthwest Mexico Struck by 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake, Buildings Sway in CapitalTycoon's Wild $3 Billion Gamble on ‘China's LVMH’ CrashesMark Zuckerberg’s $71 Billion Wealth