The debate sparked by Michael Lewis' new book is great for water cooler banter, but less significant when trying to measure actual costs to investors.
Betting on technology companies proved to be a dangerous game in March as sharp stock declines burned some prominent hedge fund investors.
The knock-on effects from the debate over 'rigged' markets may push high-speed trading firm Virtu to postpone its IPO.
For about $15 per bag, luggage-wrapping companies encase suitcases in multiple layers of Saran Wrap-like plastic to protect travelers' valuables.
Happy Wednesday. Welcome to the high-frequency edition of the Morning Six-Pack.
April is the best month to be in blue chips, if history is a guide.
The mass appeal of Michael Lewis' books has the potential to turn the debate into a very public trial of Wall Street in general.
With so much riding on the outcome, and so much pressure coming from activist investors, it's unlikely the stock buyback trade will end anytime soon.
The big issue for this quarter will be: will they economy pick up? The big debate for this quarter will be growth versus value.
Happy Friday! Got you. Ha ha. ha. Today's only Monday, but it is April 1 and you know what that means ...
Warren Buffett's sister, Doris, is offering a free online course on getting good value for the money you give away to charities.
Gold prices have fallen about 7 percent since its 2014 high last month, but brace for further losses as the downtrend remains intact.
It's time for a public hearing about what's going on with our stock market.
Pimco's Bill Gross isn't the only bond fund manager losing assets.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara argued the government had gone too easy on corporations in recent years, and that felony charges could be in the offing.
John Reed expressed concern that the size of Citigroup, the bank he merged with Travelers, is so complex it's nearly impossible to manage.
Happy Monday. The Morning Six-Pack returns after a three-day respite. Cheers!
Tourist are more savvy than they used to be and demand the best technology, even atop some of the world's tallest buildings.
New research suggests that the state of retirement isn't as disastrous as thought.
Author Michael Lewis alleges that the stock market is "rigged" by a cabal of high frequency traders, stock exchanges, and Wall Street firms.
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