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The market has seen steep losses this year, but First Niagara Financial Group is coming out of 2008 with impressive gains. The parent of First Niagara bank, a regional bank in New York state, is up more than 30 percent year-to-date.
As we head into the holiday break and the bloggable newsflow slows to a trickle, I am digging into the overflowing mailbag while filling in for my vacationing colleague Scott Wapner at the Nasdaq this week.
Chief executive Edward Liddy of AIG insists his troubled company is not trying to hide anything from Congress, as Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland) has charged.
California-based Granite Construction has defied the odds, gaining more than 10 percent for 2008. The company’s CEO, William Dorey, says a key part of this success is geographic diversity.
Most of you are waking up this morning, hearing that Toyota has just forecast it's first annual loss in decades, and may be saying, "Wow, even Toyota is hurting." This news shouldn't come as a surprise.
The government bailout might have provided CEO Vikrim Pandit with just enough room to turn this company around.
Drug pricing pressure under a Democratic administration be darned. $75,000. That's not a salary figure. That's the price one biotech analyst says Vertex Pharmaceuticals and its partner Johnson & Johnson might be able to charge--possibly even more--for their Hepatitis C drug.
Let’s just come out and admit it: Many of us hate the notion of a bailout for automakers. If they can't endure a downturn for a few months, why not just let ’em die? These guys brought it on themselves.
It may be the season to be wealthy — at least on Wall Street, where banks are awarding annual bonuses despite a growing outcry over pay, the New York Times reported.
Keeping prices low during a recession and still making a profit? The chief exec tells us how he does it.
Plus, Cramer offers some private-sector solutions for the U.S. financial crisis.
Who's the best the private-label food company in the business? The chief executive states his case.
Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motor, said he sees signs that the auto market has stabilized and hopes for an industry recovery in the second half of 2009.
This company's varied businesses could offer investors the best of both worlds.
Eighteen months ago a firm that does due diligence on investment advisers warned clients not to do business with Bernard Madoff's investment fund.
"Karnac the Magnificent" I am not. Heck, for weeks I've been predicting Congress would ultimately come up with a bailout for the Big 3. So after the Senate shot down the aid package last night, it's no wonder my wife said to me, "Gee Einstein, guess you were wrong about what would happen on Capitol Hill."
A stock that's up 34% this year even despite the recession? Find out why Cramer says PNRA is exactly what you’re looking for in a difficult environment.
Cramer discusses a merger that could threaten this mega-bank's dominance. Plus, a response to CEO Jamie Dimon's "Street Signs" interview.
CEOs of big drug companies are rarely, if ever, publicly candid about the price of their stock. You usually get the boilerplate line about how they manage the business and the market will do whatever.
General Motors Chief Rick Wagoner, Chrysler's Robert Nardelli and before he stepped aside, Yahoo's Jerry Yang -- are just a few CEOs that have spent the past year under siege. As we watch CEOs stagger from the incredibly poor decision-making, it is easy to think that we are the unwitting victims who will endure losses because of their errors.