More activists are going after big companies not to change management but to unload their cash.
Fifth Street and Medley Capital slashed dividends Monday, but the outlook for investors in business development companies, or BDCs is generally pretty good.
Business development companies Fifth Street Finance and Medley Capital Corp. both moved lower Monday after the companies cut their dividends as they announced fiscal first quarter earnings.
Pot-related stocks have gone up in flames over the past year amid legal woes and failure to show any profits.
Shares of embattled mortgage servicer Ocwen Financial surge as much as 20% Thursday after an update shows the company is on firmer financial footing than many investors may have thought.
It may look like an odd time for an IPO of an energy MLP, but demand for units of Columbia Pipeline Partners is expected to be strong.
The plunge in oil prices has made blue-chips like Exxon Mobil and Chevron look tempting, but their shares haven't fallen nearly as far as tiny Madalena Energy,
Shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac fell Tuesday after an Iowa court threw out a shareholder lawsuit against the U.S.
U.S. banks like Bank of America and Morgan Stanley have effectively been nationalized with regulations forcing them to hold more cash while shrinking their loan books, argues analyst Dick Bove.
Brazil's oil giant looks like a risky bet, but one analyst sees 'a very interesting special situation where the shares could potentially more than double over the next three years.'