The market has absorbed more disappointing IPO pricings ahead of a potentially huge week.
Ken Griffin, the billionaire founder of investment firm Citadel, has filed for divorce from his wife and fellow hedge fund manager Anne Dias Griffin.
While U.S. indexes suffer from the dog days of summer, emerging markets look to be on a tear.
A rising hedge fund star thinks that MannKind is so over-hyped that the health-care company's stock will fall 90 percent.
Flash manufacturing data came in mostly stronger than expected, but a mixed report from Caterpillar tempered hopes.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains why emerging market economies are turning around and growing more aggressively again, despite a lack of evidence to support a rally.
Pershing Square Capital Management clients aren't very concerned about Herbalife's big gain yesterday.
Now is not the time to push through narrow, costly special interest projects which at best don’t create jobs and at worst will cost them, says Bill Miller the National Political Director at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Big investors plan to keep pouring money into hedge funds despite mixed returns.
The mail gets delivered in rain or snow but it might not include pension checks for postal workers. According to a June 22, 2011 press release from the United States Postal Service, it intends to suspend what it owes to its pension plan as a way to “conserve cash and preserve liquidity.” By doing so, it frees up $800 million in cash for the current fiscal year.
Whirlpool missed profit and revenue expectations by a wide margin, and cut their full year forecast.
There was a lot more hanging in the balance than just the $3 billion in advertising revenue that football generates each season. Few franchises present better opportunities for brands and marketers to capture the hearts and minds of consumers than the NFL.
A big New York investment firm isn't happy that Puerto Rico has made it easier for some public companies to restructure their debts.
In case you haven’t walked around the cubicles of your company lately, the minimized screen on most of your employees’ computer monitor is most likely Facebook or some other networking site.
Two big multi-national players turn in good--but not great--earnings, and may indicate a bigger trend.
A study presented to the House Steering Committee on Telehealth and Healthcare Informatics earlier this year cited that the country's health care system will require 40,000 additional health IT professionals (close to 40 percent) as the nation moves toward wider IT adoption.
We have not seen the complete fallout from the market crisis yet. There will, no doubt, be more bank failures, consolidations and layoffs. This is a time to reflect, take inventory and prepare for the unknown.
Gold prices have seen a rebound after hitting a four-month low and analysis suggests there is potential for this rally to turn into a trend breakout.
The reputation of the ugly American tourist is getting a revival in one seaside Irish village.
This week, a mother lode of second quarter earnings are due. Early results are giving Wall Street reasons to be encouraged.
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