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Trump wants to roll back banking regulations meant to prevent the type of risky behavior that crashed markets a decade ago

President Donald Trump and his administration is expected to scale back provisions of the Volcker Rule, which is designed to combat exorbitant risk-taking by banks. Some market experts are concerned about this, since bank behavior majorly contributed to the last financial crisis.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong

Coinbase just rolled out 4 new crypto trading tools, and they offer a big clue to where the platform might be headed next

Coinbase is laser-focused on snagging investments from big financial institutions.
Bill Gross.

Ex-wife of Wall Street titan Bill Gross reportedly replaced a $35 million Picasso painting with a replica she had created herself

Sue Gross, who had been married to Bill Gross for 31 years, managed to swap one of the couple's jointly owned Picasso paintings with a fake that she created. The painting had hung at his home in Laguna Beach.
Vice President Mike Pence laughs as U.S. President Donald Trump holds a baseball bat as they attend a Made in America product showcase event at the White House in Washington, U.S.

Wall Street’s whispering that Trump may take a hammer to one of healthcare’s most lucrative businesses

Analysts all over Wall Street think President Trump may make priority of dismantling pharmacy benefit manager rebate system in his speech about controlling healthcare costs on Friday.

BANKER BROS, BEWARE: There’s a popular Instagram account mocking your ‘Midtown Uniform’

Instagram account @midtownuniform has amassed nearly 14,000 followers posting pictures of financial professionals wearing Oxfords, slacks, and vests.
Robert Mueller.

The Mueller Risk Index: Wall Street’s newest tool to navigate how much to freak out about the Russia probe

The Mueller Risk Index measures political risk to Donald Trump's presidency and the market's reaction to developments in the Russia probe.
Eddie Lampert on the cover of BusinessWeek in 2004

Wall Street will never have the courage to admit why Eddie Lampert failed

OPINION: To understand why Lampert failed you have to admit that shareholders are not the most important part of a company. Wall Street can't handle that.
Pluralsight may be based in Utah, but its employees still play ping-pong like any other Silicon Valley startup.

Pluralsight, an online learning startup for coders, has confidentially filed for an IPO

Pluralsight, which has filed for a IPO, was valued at around $1 billion in 2014.