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Lawyers for investors accusing several major banks of conspiring to rig silver prices are seeking to revive the case.
The U.S. can lower drug costs by addressing the issue during trade talks, and requiring that other companies share some of the cost burdens.
As a real estate practitioner, having Donald Trump in the White House is a "great thing" for the already-hot hotel business, says Tyler Morse, CEO of MCR Development.
Shoppers may enjoy low prices at the supermarket, but food deflation has certainly hurt supermarket investors. Smart & Final CEO David Hirz expects the tide to turn in 2017.
Softbank's Founder Masayoshi Son is the latest CEO to meet with President-elect Donald Trump and announce a big investment in the United States.
Skeptical Senators will question the CEO's of AT&T and Time Warner today on Capitol Hill about their proposed $85 billion merger.
Shares of SodaStream are bubbling over, but with a hot new ad campaign SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum does not expect the company to lose its fizz anytime soon.
The CEO of United Technologies recognized President-elect Donald Trump's leverage when it came to the Carrier deal, says Jim Cramer.
The management transition at Starbucks will be fine at Starbucks because the incoming CEO knows technology, says Jim Cramer.
Iconic Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz wants to focus on the high end coffee shops Starbucks is launching.
Starbucks announced late Thursday that Kevin Johnson, president and chief operating officer, will expand his responsibilities and assume the roles of president and CEO.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down.
The holiday season is an important time for charities.
Don't write off 2016 just yet. Tax guru Ed Slott has a number of year-end tax moves that can save you some money.
charity: water is disrupting the charity space, by betting that consumers will make fixed monthly donations, similar to a Netflix or Spotify subscription.
Executives in the News
U.S. Concrete CEO tells TheStreet about the outlook for infrastructure in America and when Trump's proposed plans could create an impact.
The chipmaker is equipped for M&A, but doesn't see it as a priority.
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.
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