(RTTNews.com) - The European markets climbed throughout Wednesday's session and ended the day with a significant gain. Traders reacted positively to yesterday's speech from U.S.
U.S. equities traded surged to all-time highs Wednesday, with the S&P 500 breaking above 2,400 for the first time, on the back of President Donald Trump's speech to Congress.
Wells Fargo & Co. will withhold 2016 cash bonuses from eight senior executives and claw back compensation received in 2014 as the board holds managers accountable for the company's bogus-account scandal.
Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick has apologized, saying he admits he needs “leadership help,” after a video showed him berating one of the company's drivers.
Snap will begin publicly trading tomorrow, which means that it will officially give a price for its shares in its initial public offering this evening.