Irene Parker holds an MBA from St. Louis University. She opened the first Edward Jones office on the Big Island of Hawaii and in 2001 was named to the American Funds President's Club. She holds a College for Financial Planning certificate for the CFP Professional Education Program. After retiring from Edward Jones, she worked as a CASA supervisor writing and editing court reports on behalf of children and teens aging out of foster care. She is a former Ombudsman Advisory Board member, advocates on behalf of nursing home patients.
The timeshare company's unexpected downturn in net income coming soon after its acquisition announcement raises questions for investors as well as some law firms.
Some timeshare operators continue to rely on contracts that are complicated and make resale of units difficult.
The iconic hotel operator will complete the spin off of its timeshare unit and real estate.
The company is reeling after a ruling that shuts down its flagship laboratory and bans its CEO from operating a lab for two years, but its tech contributions could last.
Apollo Global Management's deal to acquire Diamond Resorts for $2.2 billion should remind investors of Apollo's roots -- and Diamond's issues.
Should investors bet on the company that allows customers to book a vacation online or its timeshare sibling?
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Those who haven't started saving yet should begin thinking about investing, because once they land their first job, they will be asked about signing up for the company's 401(k) plan.
The medical technology company faces a criminal investigation, two class action suits and possible sanctions.
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