Some of the recent speculation about where rates are going seems to have gotten at least a bit overdone.» Read More
Anne Hathaway and Warren Buffett have recently been linked in the media—though not romantically, thank god.
No, this linkage is purely statistical.
At least four Goldman Sachs executives flew into Japan last week to speak with nervous ex-pat employees about radiation fears, according to a person familiar with the situation. They also conveyed another message: don't leave Japan and don't leave Tokyo.
Since the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the auto industry is facing supply chain shortages which are impacting their manufacturing decisions . But paint isn't the only challenge facing automakers. Some auto parts are manufactured in Japan.
Wall Street waits to see what kind of impact this will have on dealers when it comes to servicing their customer's cars.
I decided to ask legendary turnaround specialist Wilbur Ross, who owns the auto parts giant International Automotive Components Group, about how the disaster is impacting the auto parts industry.
Facebook may hire former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs [NYTimes DealBook]
"Tech Bubble? Investing Like It's 1999" [CNBC.com via Reuters]
Economic data for today includes personal income and pending home sales [CNBC.com via Reuters]
We've put together a shopping list of catchphrases that apply to the consumer economy.
Then, we took the theories to the analysts who trackconsumers, retail and fashion and put them to find out ifthey hold any truth.
In the whacky wonderful world of capitalism, money and success flow to the people who create the most value. That's the theory—and while it isn't a perfect system on its own, things go downhill in a hurry when government gets involved.
Just a quick and disturbing afterthought on that twisted story about the guy who delivers bottled water to the Deutsche Bank trading floor getting arrested for attempting to install hidden cameras in the men’s restroom.
The New York Times explores the environment at Bank of America that led to Thompson's departure and what lies ahead.
The S&P 500's rise to a record high two months ago did not lift all boats, says technical analyst Chris Johnson.
There is a lot of money hiding out in a few sub-groups, including banks, biotech, and Internet names like Google and Facebook.