The card, which will be linked with Apple's Wallet app, will allow users to set spending goals, track rewards, and manage balances, WSJ said.
The electric carmaker's shares fell as much as 4 percent but cut their losses after Goldman Sachs Group Inc said it was dropping equity coverage of Tesla because it is acting as a financial adviser on a matter related to the automaker.
The Wall Street bank aims to get the business running by the end of June, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
AIG, the largest commercial insurer in the United States and Canada, is working with investment bankers at Goldman Sachs Group Inc to unload the assets, said the sources, who were not authorized to discuss the negotiations publicly.
The Wall Street bank's pay disclosures come days after the appointments, and as the race to succeed Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein â€“ who has been in his role for more than a decade â€“ heats up.
The lawsuit was filed in New York state Supreme Court in Manhattan against Joseph Jiampietro, an ex-Goldman employee whom the Federal Reserve Board this month brought an enforcement case against.
Krishna, a Mumbai-based managing director at Goldman, had joined Morgan Stanley in 2011, IFR, a Thomson Reuters publication, said.
The Wall Street firm, which last year topped the global dealmaking charts, is not yet concerned about the impact declining oil prices and China's slowing economy will have on dealmaking.
It would also be a potential embarrassment to founder Jack Ma and the underwriters who engineered Alibaba's market debut last September.
The deal between Bradesco and Europe's largest bank includes the latter's Brazilian retail banking and insurance units.
Symphony Communication Services LLC, an instant messaging software company backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc
The company said it would reduce costs by about USD 1.4 billion, cut about 4,500 full-time staff, or 15 percent of its workforce, and boost capital returns to shareholders.
US District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan on Thursday rejected Gupta's argument that his tips to Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam were not illegal because his longtime friend gave him nothing valuable in return.
Financials were the biggest drag on the market after both Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Citigroup Inc reported that lower bond trading revenue took a bite out of their quarterly profits. Goldman's earnings fell 21 percent. Citigroup's profit missed expectations.
The online toy seller's IPO in 1999 became a poster child for the excesses of the dot-com bubble. The stock quadrupled when it began trading, but two years later the company was in bankruptcy.
Goldman's investing and lending segment, which tracks its investments in private equity deals, publicly traded stocks, loans and bonds, produced nearly seven times as much revenue in the second quarter as in the same period last year, much more than analysts expected.
Shares of Den Networks gain 0.7 percent to trade near their 52-week high of 238.90 rupees after a private equity fund unit of Goldman Sachs Group Inc agreed to invest $110 million in the cable distribution network company.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc plans to begin a fresh round of job cuts as early as this week, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, with its equities-trading business bracing for bigger cuts than fixed-income trading.
A federal jury on Wednesday gave Goldman Sachs Group Inc a sweeping legal victory in the USD 580 million sale of Dragon Systems Inc to Lernout & Hauspie, saying the Wall Street bank was not negligent in arranging a deal that ultimately collapsed 13 years ago.
Lawyers for former Goldman Sachs Group Inc board member Rajat Gupta are urging a federal appeals court to reverse his insider trading conviction, arguing that a judge shouldn't have allowed wiretaps to be heard at trial.
In the past few days, major global banks have taken the axe to pay with unusual zeal.
Morgan Stanley plans to cut 1,600 employees starting this week, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, in the latest sign of a pullback on Wall Street as revenue from trading and deal-making remains in the doldrums.
Nine of the largest global banks on Tuesday expressed confidence they can be salvaged or dismantled without taxpayer bailouts if they became insolvent, as US regulators released public portions of these banks' "living wills".
Barely a day went by at the insider-trading trial of multimillionaire hedge-fund founder Raj Rajaratnam a year ago without mention of Rajat Gupta, a boldface name in business and charity circles.
A person at Goldman Sachs Group Inc, who has not been identified or charged in a broad U.S. insider-trading probe, was caught on a wiretap leaking secrets