SALT LAKE CITY— Coal miners and their supporters came out in force to a public hearing Thursday in Salt Lake City, blasting a moratorium on federal coal leases as the latest attack in a war on coal that unfairly blames fossil fuels for climate change and air quality problems. They also touted the industry's vital economic contributions in Utah and bemoaned... » Read More
Swedish bus and truckmaker Volvo on Wednesday said its second-quarter net profit dropped 14 percent, mainly hurt by higher costs and continued tough market conditions in North America.
Hey everyone. Jeff Mishlove is back with some contest stock picks. Notice his reference to weekly winner #5 Scott Cole and using earnings news as a way to buy stocks. Time to let Jeff do the talking. Here he is. My Top Picks to Buy on Monday...
Wall Street is often wrong. If you listen to the analysts and don’t check what’s happening at the company - or what the company is saying - you’re going to miss out on way too many opportunities. Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.
James Tringas, manager of the Evergreen Special Values Fund, appearing on "Morning Call," says Arkansas Best and Kenneth Cole Productions are "Hidden Gems." Here they are..
Truckmaker MAN, which withdrew its hostile takeover offer for rival Scania, said Tuesday its annual profit nearly doubled in 2006.
Swedish truck maker Scania -- subject to a hostile takeover offer by German rival MAN --_ will report its full-year results earlier than planned in a move to give shareholders more information on its finances, company officials said Friday.
According to American Insurance Association Senior Vice President Julie Rochman, trucking accidents cause 5,000 deaths a year in the U.S. She was on “Power Lunch” talking to Sue Herera about the need to enforce the rules in place – let alone enact new ones.
Swedish truckmaker Scania's chief executive apologized Friday for drawing parallels between German rival MAN's hostile takeover bid and Nazi tactics during World War II.