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Though tech M&A activity has cooled a bit, it certainly hasn't evaporated. Here's a look at the buyout prospects for some companies whose names are in the M&A rumor mill.
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Cramer shares his views on why Apple should be graded like a consumer product company and discusses how President Trump is beginning to confuse everyone in the business world.
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There are four things CEOs can do to raise their stock prices in Trump's erratic world.
Here are 4 potential solutions.
The Murdochs still need to fill Bill Shine's position of Fox News co-president. Whether the replacement comes from outside or within the network may signal a generational shift of power.
The writers' union wanted more than money; it wanted assurances that its 13,000 members will be compensated as their work moves increasingly from pay-TV to streaming platforms.
IAC, owned by entertainment and media mogul Barry Diller, will pay more than $500 million for Angie's List.
IAC, a leading media and Internet firm with more than 150 brands, is acquiring Angie's List for $8.50 a share.
- Creates clear industry leader in $400 billion home services marketplace
- Adds qualified lead generation to help advisors grow their practice
Home Improvement Spending Rises Amid Political Anxiety
There's more to Barry Diller's IAC than a stake in Tinder parent Match.
Here's a technical look at how to play six stocks trending higher with strong volume.
Dictionary.com Study Reveals Shifts in Political Awareness and Vocabulary Since 2016 Presidential Election; Alignment with Site Search Data
Walmart has eaten up several companies of late.
Index Tracks Professionals' Insights into the Home Improvement Industry
Not only are many members of the Trump administration incredibly rich, but they are active investors as well.
"Just Ask HomeAdvisor" TV spots aim to prove HomeAdvisor can beat your neighbor on a plumber recommendation
IAC's home services model goes deeper in Europe with fifth non-US acquisition
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades to Canon, Alaska Air, Johnson Controls, and Welltower, and a downgrade to IAC/InterActivecorp.
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