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U.S. businesses took a pause from repurchasing their own shares in the first quarter of 2014, according to the research tracker TrimTabs.
I haven't read Mr. Lewis' book, but I've read the S-1 for Virtu, which is a high-speed trading firm that is slated to go public, likely in the next few weeks.
Trade halts are rare in IPO debuts. Energous, which develops wire-free charging technology, was halted today because it tripped a circuit breaker.
Mitch Landrieu, the Democratic mayor of the city, gives three reasons why businesses can thrive in the Big Easy.
The IPO parade is underway and after double-digit pops for yesterday's three IPOs, today shows a mixed picture.
After a rough week, 6 IPOs priced at sensible levels, and a big rally in three new offerings have greatly reduced the anxiety.
Dan Gallagher, SEC commissioner, shares his thoughts on shareholder activism and regulatory reforms. Also Gallegher weighs in on high frequency trading and why the perception that it's not fair to "the little guy" is a "reality" that needs to be addressed.
Margaret Kelly, CEO of RE/MAX, shares her outlook on housing and the top real estate trends. Recovery is "spotty" in some regions but they are all beginning to improve, Kelly says.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on wages, spending and personal consumption.
Nearly nine years later, the city of New Orleans is about 80 percent recovered from the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, Mayor Mitch Landrieu told CNBC on Friday.
Michael Carr, Goldman Sachs M&A group in the Americas, shares his thoughts on the role of activists in deal making and the outlook for mergers and acquisitions.
We've been living under a cloud of financial repression for the last four to five years, says Jay Jordan, The Jordan Company chairman & managing principal, sharing his worries about the pace of the Fed's tapering and its impact on the markets.
What you have now is a much more entrepreneurial spirit, say Mayor Mitch Landrieu, New Orleans mayor, discussing the revitalization of the Big Easy.
There are tumultuous times ahead for China, says Lawrence Bossidy, former Honeywell chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on China and Russia's economic outlook.
Activism in the long-term is not only bad for shareholders but also bad for the economy as a whole, says Martin Lipton, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, expressing his views on shareholder activism. Also Lipton shares his thoughts on the two categories of hedge fund activism.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin heads to the bayou to feed marshmallows to alligators.
Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Company president of the Americas, discusses the automaker's plans to invest $500 million in a plant in Lima, Ohio which will create 300 jobs. At Ford we've been hiring over 10,000 workers in the last couple years and growing our investments here, says Hinrichs.
Lawrence Bossidy, former Honeywell chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on the state of the U.S. economy and the outlook on jobs.
Eileen Nugent, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Robert Spatt, , Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, discuss go-shop deals in the M&A environment and the latest LBO buzz from New Orleans.
Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, discusses his company's future growth plans.We are working to bring a software-base solution you can run on top of any hardware. Also Whitehurst runs through his company's better-than-expected quarterly results.
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