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Wall Street

A metonym for the US financial sector and stock exchange. (The New York Stock Exchange is located on Wall Street in Manhattan.) What's the news out of Wall Street this morning? Judging by Wall Street, I think this economic recession is finally over.
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If Donald Trump changes the regulation on Wall Street, and elsewhere, it basically will be a good thing.
The three-hour tour is sponsored by the Museum of American Finance and starts at its offices at 48 Wall Street, taking in Hanover Square, the old Customs Building and ending at Chase Manhattan Plaza.
the way to preserve your job on Wall Street as a research analyst is to play it safe and tell people what they want to hear."
In 2011, it seems just about everyone on Wall Street did poorly - with the expected exception of the chief executive officers.
Political observers describe that the Occupy Wall Street movement as the 'American Spring' and 'Autumn of Capitalism', saying that it has been inspired by the Islamic awakening movement sweeping the Middle-East and North Africa.
The marketing team for the Corner at Wall Street, also known as -- take your pick -- 23 Wall Street, 15 Broad Street, 35 Wall Street, Downtown by Starck and the House of Morgan, officially relaunched its retail leasing efforts this week after years of uncertainty about the future of the former headquarters of J.P.
Specifically featured is Wall Street Images' iPhone app called Maptool X, a visual reference tool that maps the competitive landscape of 200 Wall Street industries.
The Wall Street Journal Professional Edition is being released to consumers.
US Wall Street Systems Inc, a provider of corporate and bank treasury solutions, said on Monday it has taken over Speranza Systems Inc, a company that makes software for bank account management.
said circulation of its Wall Street Journal Asia daily jumped 6.3% in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2008.
British publishing group Pearson is buying Wall Street English, one of China's top English language-training (ELT) companies, for $145 million in cash to cement its position in a critical growth market.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-4 May 2007-SAVVIS chosen to provide IY infrastructure to Wall Street Systems(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The prolonged market decline that erased 60 percent of the Nasdaq's value a few years ago served as a catalyst for profound changes in corporate interactions with Wall Street. Although the market rebounded strongly in 2006, corporate reporting of quarterly performance and managing relationships with the investment community have become significantly more complex in recent years.
If you want a hair-raising saga of stock market activity and illegal behaviors, pick up a copy of CONFESSIONS OF A WALL STREET ANALYST: A TRUE STORY OF INSIDE INFORMATION AND CORRUPTION IN THE STOCK MARKET.
Today, the CEOs' main responsibility is to serve and obey Wall Street. The CEOs have to: make sure their companies' Wall Street-imposed short-term goals are met; make sure investors love their companies; make sure Wall Street gives them their daily growth; and make sure the CEO's companies are "efficient" according to the Wall Street definition (i.e.