Jennifer Surane

Jamie Dimon Warns Regulators To Not 'Overreact' To Bank Crisis

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is the only major bank CEO from the financial crisis still in command.

Citi CEO Whisperer Nudges Wall Street Into Political Minefields


Some of the measures she's endorsed aim to give Citigroup an edge in recruiting and retaining talent.

Wall Street Brings Bankers Back To Offices Remade For Hybrid Era

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Many firms are embracing new setups and perks meant to evoke the comforts of home.

Credit Card Companies Are Bringing Back Huge Points Offers


Consumers are slowly starting to travel again and looking to accrue credit-card points.

That Hamptons Getaway This Summer? Good Luck Renting A Car In NYC


People fleeing the city during the epidemic have left rental cars in short supply.

Visa, Mastercard Say They Just Made Mobile Shopping A Lot Easier


The new service would compete directly with payments providers like PayPal and Square.

Citi Wants To Bring Credit Card Perks Like Miles To Bank Accounts


The firm is expanding perks designed for credit cards to encourage sales of other banking products.

JPMorgan's Clampdown On Data Puts Silicon Valley Apps On Alert


A new privacy push imperils the API's many fintech applications rely on to function.