Larry Fink receiving the Woodrow Wilson award

Larry Fink is the chairman and CEO of BlackRock, an American multinational investment management corporation. BlackRock is the largest money-management firm in the world by assets under management.

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Larry Fink wrong, leveraged ETFs are 'sound': Pro

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BlackRock CEO Larry Fink was wrong when he slammed leveraged exchange-traded funds, Luciano Siracusano, chief investment strategist at Wisdom Tree Investments, told CNBC Thursday. In fact, he believes they can be very useful when used properly.

Larry Fink To Square Up Against Jamie Dimon ?

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Bill Rubin, BlackRock's senior investment analyst responsible for picking financial-company stocks, didn’t mince words a year ago when he e-mailed JPMorgan Chase right after the bank disclosed a trading loss that ultimately cost more than $6.2bn.

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Larry Fink Interview Pic

Larry Fink To Square Up Against Jamie Dimon ?

Bill Rubin, BlackRock's senior investment analyst responsible for picking financial-company stocks, didn’t mince words a year ago when he e-mailed JPMorgan Chase right after the bank disclosed a trading loss that ultimately cost more than $6.2bn.

Larry Fink Interview Pic

Larry Fink wrong, leveraged ETFs are 'sound': Pro

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink was wrong when he slammed leveraged exchange-traded funds, Luciano Siracusano, chief investment strategist at Wisdom Tree Investments, told CNBC Thursday. In fact, he believes they can be very useful when used properly.

BlackRock’s Fink Is No. 1 in Wall Street CEO Pay

BlackRock Inc. Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink received $23.8 million in salary and stock in 2010, which made him No. 1 in the Finance 50, Bloomberg Markets magazine’s annual ranking of the best-paid CEOs at the largest U.S.-based financial companies by market capitalization.

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Larry Fink Interview Pic

Larry Fink To Square Up Against Jamie Dimon ?

Bill Rubin, BlackRock's senior investment analyst responsible for picking financial-company stocks, didn’t mince words a year ago when he e-mailed JPMorgan Chase right after the bank disclosed a trading loss that ultimately cost more than $6.2bn.