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Drew Dinkmeyer quit his job as an investment analyst in 2013 to focus on playing fantasy sports full time. It's turned out to be a good decision.
When a Goldman Sachs analyst downgrades a stock and reduces its price target, that might otherwise be considered the kiss of death for a company like JC Penney.
For Thursday December 18, we're just a week from Christmas, and there are a couple of companies looking to keep coal out of their stockings after a disappointing fall.
Sage Kelly, the healthcare investment banker who reportedly hosted a hallucinogenic party at his Hamptons home, is leaving Jefferies.
Investment bank Jefferies has endured a number of struggles in 2014, between the high-profile divorce of high-flying healthcare banker Sage Kelly and disappointing M&A revenue this quarter.
Costco topped estimates on earnings for the second straight quarter, and shares have been rising in the second half of the year.
FedEx will report earnings this morning before the open and analysts are looking for oil to potentially juice its bottom line.
Jefferies bankers will receive flat to slightly higher year-end bonuses as the firm continues to absorb the fallout of banker Sage Kelly's divorce proceedings.
Big banks are boosting their expectations for Kate Spade -- but the popular retailer has struggled in the years following the global financial crisis.