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U.S. stocks fall into the red by late Thursday morning as Mylan kicks off a selloff in health care.
A major disruption is brewing in the coffee industry and Starbucks should take notice, according to La Colombe CEO Todd Carmichael.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook touts the company's success in its turnaround plan as McDonald's announces a dividend increase.
Silver Wheaton CEO Randy Smallwood says his company is sitting on the world's best half-built gold mine, referring to his deal with Barrick Gold at the Pascual-Lama mine in Chile.
Wells Fargo will be back in the spotlight on Thursday, September 29, as its CEO John Stumpf returns to Capitol Hill to answer questions about its fake bank account scandal.
Shares of Gladstone Investment Corporation are up 24% thus far in 2016, almost five times the return of the S&P 500. Not bad for a business development company.
Wells Fargo is not really clawing back CEO John Stumpf's compensation because it does not include money that has already been paid, says Jim Cramer
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is giving up $41 million in unvested equity.
Glenfiddich and beer - Never Fear! In fact, the two have more in common than you may think.
After wrapping his 70-day tour cross country with a Tesla, Gianni Kovacevic, CEO of CopperBank, said he remains optimistic about the electric car.
Clawbacks could be coming for Wells Fargo executives.
Steakhouses tend to suffer when stocks turn down and Wall Street tightens up. Luckily, there is more to the STK experience than power lunches, said ONE Group CEO Jonathan Segal.
On Friday, Marriott International finalized its $13 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels, creating the world's largest hotel company.
Valvoline debuted as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange Friday under the ticker VVV.
Corbus has surged 325% in 2016 due to Resunab which received an FDA "Fast Track" designation. Corbus CEO Dr. Yuval Cohen does not expect things to slow down anytime soon.
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JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. lender, named GE's Clarence Nunn to lead its middle-market expansion in the Southeast. The business has 108 offices in the U.S. and Canada.
It's not just the reversal of zero-interest monetary policies that represents a threat, says Barclays CEO Jes Staley. There will also be a major test of newly configured bond markets.
It all comes down to results.
This week's arrest of hedge fund manager Murray Huberfeld for an alleged kickback scheme with New York City's correction officers union didn't surprise one particular private eye.
General Growth Properties CEO Sandeep Mathrani says Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch must close more stores to be viable.
The growing premium on speed, as well as the rise of around-the-clock trading and social media, have turned Nasdaq into a true technology company, says Adena Friedman.
The 21st Sohn Investment Conference ends with interesting takes on stocks including Depomed, Donald Trump, the Fed and Greek banks.
Activist Jeffrey Smith took the Sohn stage Wednesday highlighting stocks Starboard finds undervalued.
After years of struggles, the 75-year-old handbag maker is finally starting to turn the corner.
After a rare tough stretch for Panera's stock in 2014, sales and shares have rebounded as founder and CEO Ron Shaich's pursues his vision for 'Panera 2.0.'
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