Dow Ends Higher, Facebook Weighs on Nasdaq
The Dow rose Thursday but the Nasdaq fell sharply as Facebook sank on a disappointing earnings report.
Activist Spotlight: Activism 2018 by the Numbers
A look back at the 2018 proxy season, as the top insurgent managers get set to speak at The Deal's annual corporate governance event in New York.
Amazon's Assault on Grocery Stores Will Have a Profound Impact on Many
The landscape of the grocery store industry is changing rapidly thanks to the rise of digital shopping. That should raise red flags for a host of investors.
AbbVie Dip Presents Rare Buying Opp. in Choppy Market; Activist Step Up Campaign at SuperValu
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, March 22.
Markets Lose Ground Across the Board For First Time in 2018
The Nasdaq led the way lower, falling 0.14%.
A New Take on the Big Mac (May Be) Headed to U.S. McDonald's Menus
This is very different than the Big Mac you know and love.
We're Enduring 'Housing Recession,' Homebuilders' Economist Says
The builder confidence index breached the break-even measure of 50 in August for the first time since May 2020.
Elon Musk Pampers His Ties with China
China is a crucial country for Tesla for its domination of the market of electric vehicles.