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Valeant has long been a stock that nobody wanted to touch -- but drama-free earnings and a bullish breakout move are actually making this stock look buyable in the final stretch of 2017.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The insurgent hedge fund manager, who suggested he may be back in 2018 with another boardroom battle, fails in his effort to elect three dissident directors to the board of the payroll processor.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open mixed on Tuesday, after the benchmark indexes rallied to fresh records during the previous trading session.
Valeant will divest its subsidiary Sprout Pharmaceuticals to former Sprout shareholders after Sprout accused Valeant of mishandling the launch and marketing of one of its drugs.
Wages and job numbers rose less than expected, but September payrolls were advised to reverse a loss.
Walt Disney, the largest entertainment company in the world, will open its books for investors on Thursday. But until then, all eyes on the surprising arrest of Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.
Will the benign backdrop continue next week? Cramer has a defensive game plan, in case earnings chill the market.
Apple carries the Dow Jones Industrial Average and broader markets to records to close out the week.
Apple could carry the Dow Jones Industrial Average to new records but only if the blue-chip index can hold onto small gains through the afternoon session.
Valeant subsidiary Bausch + Lomb, along with Nicox S.A., received FDA application approval for a new glaucoma drug.
Stocks hold mixed on Friday, Nov. 3, as markets digest a strong rebound in jobs growth but weaker wages.
Stock futures hold higher on Friday, Nov. 3, as job growth rebounds in October after hurricanes wreaked havoc with the September number.
Influential shareholder advisory firm supports all of the activist investor's director candidates in a proxy war set to conclude on Nov. 7.
The insurgent investor pushed ahead with his proxy war set for Nov. 7, suggesting that Thomas H. Lee is ready to sell the business for up to $4 billion.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Oct. 11.
The insurgent investor, who is seeking to install three directors at a Nov. 7 meeting, argued that ADP needs to massively cut back on its bureaucracy.
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