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BlackRock Backs Fewer Climate, Social Shareholder Proposals

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Some of the most outspoken proponents of ESG are curbing their enthusiasm amid backlash from investors and politicians.

Charles Schwab Raising Debt After News Of Job, Real Estate Cuts

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The firm last tapped capital markets in May, selling a $2.5 billion blue-chip bond.

BlackRock, Fund Managers Brace For Even More Scrutiny Over China

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A new Biden administration executive order limits U.S. investments in China in key technology industries.

Schwab Says TD Ameritrade Deal Spurring Retail, Advisory Attrition

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Schwab's attrition amounts to about 4% of Ameritrade revenue prior to the deal.

Schwab Stock Climbs 12% Despite Decline In Bank Deposits

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Investors believe the worst of the bank deposit outflow is over.

BlackRock Assets Rise To $9.4 Trillion, Fueled By Bull Market

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Clients added $48 billion to the firm's ETFs, including $35 billion to fixed-income investments.

BlackRock Debuts Retail Private Credit Fund At Tricky Time

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The fund primarily makes floating-rate loans to middle-market, private US companies.

BlackRock Announces Job Cuts Affecting Less Than 1% Of Staff

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The firm said in January that it would dismiss 500 employees, or roughly 2.5% of its global workforce.

Franklin Templeton To Buy Putnam As Desmarais Family Exits

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Traditional fund managers face pressure to consolidate and tap new markets.

BlackRock Overhauls Leadership Of Credit, Private Asset Business

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The company also consolidated key data, technology and Aladdin risk-management groups.

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