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UniCredit moves Poland bank stake amid ongoing asset sale strategy
A group of U.K. lawmakers will publish a report Thursday following a six-month investigation, according to the Times newspaper.
Russia's state-owned oil firm looking to sell 19.5% stake to world's biggest commodity firm and Qatari sovereign wealth fund.
Europoean stocks are set to gain again Thursday ahead of a key ECB policy meeting later in Frankfurt.
The European Central Bank's final meeting of 2016 could prove crucial for European bond investors.
The infrastructure play is not limited to the U.S. and investors should check out shares of Quebec-based Stella Jones and the Sydney Airport, said Preserver fund manager Floyd Tyler.
Add one more item to the growing list of things Millennials are changing as they inherit the U.S. economy: Beef consumption.
CEO Meg Whitman has said HPE will have the right mix of assets after the latest divestitures, but servers, storage and other assets could have draw interest.
The TV station owner and newspaper publisher, formerly combined under the Gannett name, seem to be adopting opposing strategies after their separation.
AT&T and Time Warner kicked off a hearing to defend their $84.5 billion. AT&T, or Ma Bell, as it was known, is no stranger to legal battles and anti-trust battles.
The main concern in vertical deals like the tie-up with Time Warner is foreclosure, Sen. Mike Lee said, which is denying competing companies access to suppliers and customers.
After the election, attorneys were flooded with calls from gay couples and undocumented workers, fearful that a Trump presidency could mean marriages overturned and families split up and deported.
The Brazilian meat giant will list 85% of its business on the New York Stock Exchange, weeks after a major government shareholder objected to a similar plan.
The bankrupt clothing company wants to shut-down unprofitable locations in New York and Washington, D.C., among others.
Shares of the three companies stand to reap big rewards from legal marijuana.
The scale and supply chain challenges involved with ramping flagship iPhones makes it hard to do outside of China. But some low-volume, high-margin products could be made in the U.S.
Baker Hughes and General Electric ready for Analyst Day to reveal the 'New' combined entity.
The Federal Reserve is expected to hike short-term interest rates once in 2017, according to Michelle Meyer, head of U.S. economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
On Thursday, December 8, investors await a key policy decision from the European Central Bank.
The Dow's winning streak continued with the index closing higher for the 18th time in 22 sessions and clinching a record settlement for the third day in a row.
Fitbit is acquiring intellectual property and staff from Pebble, which is being shut down. Reports have suggested the deal cost between $34 million and $40 million.
Donald Trump's pick to nominate to head the Environmental Protection Agency is currently suing it.
The outlook on the wearable technology space is not all doom and gloom.
New Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room concepts opening globally will be monstrous in size.
Voyager's gene therapy aims to turn back the clock so advanced Parkinson's patients respond better and longer to the standard drug used to treat the brain disease.
Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam argues that Netflix started off modestly, too.
If you're a craft beer lover, you may want to try some vintage ale.
The once-popular sports network is weighing on shares of the entertainment and media company. Here is why investors should be concerned.
Investors should use last week's selloff in PVH shares as a buying opportunity and should stick with Thor Industries even after its run-up, said Hennessy portfolio manager Brian Peery.
These 5 stocks were affected by President elect Donald Trump's sometimes not so friendly tweets.
President-elect Donald Trump inherits the strongest economy since the financial crisis. Now, he needs to build on that without causing it to overheat, Bank of America economists say.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average trade at session highs early Wednesday afternoon as a broad rally overshadows a slump in health care stocks.
The president-elect has had a frosty relationship with Silicon Valley, but the meeting could could allow executives to argue their case and give clues about Trump's stance on technology.
A strong U.S. economy and rising inflation are unlikely to stay onshore.
Riding on the momentum of its rapidly growing cloud computing business, Alibaba is seeking new ways to expand into the internet market.
This political hot potato in the oil patch hasn't cooled off. Here is the scoop for investors.
We examine the implications for investors over the recent defeat of Italy's reform referendum.
Starbucks' breakfast sandwich sales have more than doubled and the company has taken note.
The internet investor and star of ABC's 'Shark Tank' tells a Senate subcommittee that with the rise of Facebook and Google, AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner is small potatoes.
Peter Thiel has been rewarded for being a vocal Silicon Valley supporter of President-elect Trump, as he now joins the transition team.
Donald Trump's use of Twitter hasn't helped the company's stock. Jim Cramer has some ideas why that's the case.
Restoration Hardware has had a big move in the past month helped along by insider buying, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The worlds' biggest automakers are strategically funding ride-sharing start-ups.
There is not much in the AT&T/Time Warner deal that should cause consumers to be worried about price increases, says Jim Cramer.
The medical device giant files a suit against Alere in the Delaware Court of Chancery hoping to walk away from their $7.9 billion merger agreement.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average traded with slight gains after hitting new intraday records earlier in the session.
Can the AT&T and Time Warner deal get a fair review under the Trump administration?
Investors need to come to grips with the fact that Donald Trump is the "Negotiator-in-Chief" based on his Boeing and Carrier maneuvers, says Jim Cramer
By reducing the scope of American's codeshare with Alaska, the DOJ is attempting to preserve Virgin America's competitive approach after Alaska and Virgin merge.
Higher loan charges and a steepened yield curve could pump up banking ETFs -- but which funds offer the best path to profits?