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Stocks will have a tough time staging a rebound, and the long-awaited General Electric breakup plan has been revealed. Yet, the market yawns initially.
You should be thinking positively these days if your stock has had a run or even if it hasn't as a preponderance of good things is liable to happen.
The stock market is on shaky footing heading into the G-7 meeting; Facebook's stock has had a terrible week; and The Deal's annual corporate governance conference was a home run.
Avoid one, use a put spread on another and a buy/write play on the third.
Stocks rise on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq hitting another new high.
Jonathan Bush isn't the only CEO looking for a new job this year.
Jonathan Bush Steps Down as President, CEO and Director of athenahealth; Jeff Immelt Appointed Executive Chairman; CFO Marc Levine to Assume Additional Operational Responsibilities; Board Member Dr. Amy Abernethy to Advise Executive Leadership Team on Data Strategy
The insurgent investor behind Elliott Management by far has the most campaigns outstanding in the most countries and the most offices of any activist fund, plus transformative wins at Hyunda and Telecom Italia.
Elliott Management Corporation ("Elliott") today released a letter to the Board of Directors of athenahealth, Inc.
Here's what you need to know now for Monday, May 7.
The insurgent fund managed by Paul Singer wants to buy the health tech company for $6.9 billion, but its large minority stake suggests that the fund would not be disappointed if a White Knight buyer emerged.
Stocks rise on Monday as U.S. crude oil settles above $70 a barrel for the first time since late 2014.
Elliott Management, founded by Paul Singer, makes an offer to buy Athenahealth.
Elliott Management Corporation ("Elliott"), which manages funds that own common stock and economic equivalents representing 8.
Software stocks have been on fire for several quarters. Now, they could be a overdue for a pullback right along with the FAANG names.
There is nothing wrong with Intel, Johnson & Johnson, 3M and Apple.
Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt makes his return, accepting a role as chairman of Athenahealth.
Don't be fooled by wild swings on the Dow the last two days. As for Tesla - it's still a mess.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk must think harder before he says things to Wall Street. How about that wild Dow?
Stock futures point higher on Thursday after spending much of the premarket session in negative territory, Tesla posts its largest-ever quarterly loss, Amazon to begin Whole Foods deliveries via Prime Now.
As investors decide what to do after a volatile three days, here are the business stories you need to know.
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