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JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon held onto his role of chairman but with three board members only narrowly reelected, there may be new faces on the bank's risk committee
Shares of Sony spiked to their highest level in two years Wednesday on reports that the company is considering a spin off of its movie and music division.
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Saks soared nearly 20% after hours following a New York Post reported that the luxury retailer had hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale.
CEO Tim Cook faces harsh criticism at Senate hearing on Apple's overseas tax policies.
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Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.
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