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Feb 21, 2019 05:12PM

Feb 21, 2019 05:07PM

The Wall Street Journal: Nintendo names Bowser (the human, not Mario?s nemesis) president of U.S. division

Nintendo Co. said Thursday that Reggie Fils-Aimé, its longtime president of the U.S. division, is retiring in April.

Feb 21, 2019 04:59PM

Market Extra: ?Flashboys? exchange IEX rolls out first-ever TV ad campaign as war over stock-exchange fees intensifies

IEX kicks off targeted advertising campaign that is likely to ratchet up hostilities on an industry donnybrook over fees that some of the biggest stock exchanges charge customers.

Feb 21, 2019 04:50PM

Earnings Results: Dropbox stock falls 10% after margin guidance disappoints

Dropbox Inc. reported sales and revenue guidance that topped Wall Street expectations late Thursday but issued guidance that disappointed investors.

Feb 21, 2019 04:28PM

The Wall Street Journal: Judge says federal prosecutors, including Alex Acosta, broke the law in Jeffrey Epstein plea deal

A judge ruled Thursday that federal prosecutors overseeing the Jeffrey Epstein sexual-abuse case ? including current Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta ? violated the law by concealing from his underage alleged victims the existence of a plea deal that shielded the politically connected Florida financier from federal charges.

Feb 21, 2019 03:50PM

The Wall Street Journal: SoftBank?s Vision Fund sets sights on logistics startup Flexport

SoftBank Group Corp.?s Vision Fund is diving into the global freight business, leading a new $1 billion round of funding in Flexport Inc., a six-year-old international shipping broker built by Silicon Valley technology developers.

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CNN Money: Markets
Oct 31, 2018 11:22AM

Oct 03, 2018 10:14PM

Why it's time for investors to go on defense

Howard Marks, co-chairman of Oaktree Capital, explains why investors should start treading lightly.

Oct 04, 2018 02:09AM

Premarket: 7 things to know before the bell

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Oct 03, 2018 04:59PM

Barnes & Noble stock soars 20% as it explores a sale

Barnes & Noble jumped more than 20% after it said it would review a sale of the troubled company.

Oct 03, 2018 04:28AM

Toys 'R' Us brand may be brought back to life

Bankrupt toy retailer tells bankruptcy court it is looking at possibly reviving the Toys 'R' Us and Babies 'R' Us brands.

Oct 03, 2018 07:15AM

Honda teams up with GM on self-driving cars

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Feb 21, 2019 04:42PM

AT&T and Hasbro pull YouTube ads over abuse claims

Hasbro and Nestle also cut ties over fears paedophiles are leaving comments next to videos of children.

Feb 21, 2019 03:22PM

What's wrong with gas hobs?

We answer your gas hob questions, following recent recommendations from the Committee on Climate Change.

Feb 21, 2019 11:54AM

Brexit: Japan trade deal will not be ready by deadline

The UK won't be able to roll over an EU trade deal with Japan in time for a no-deal Brexit, Liam Fox has said.

Feb 21, 2019 08:44AM

Record UK government surplus in January

Analysts say the bumper surplus could give the chancellor extra money for the Spring Statement.

Feb 21, 2019 05:11PM

Web watchdog warns over knee-jerk regulation of social networks

Internet Watch Foundation says regulation of social networks could have "unintended consequences".

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Business Week
Wed, 4 Nov 2009 22:30:00 EDT

Nov 04, 2009 03:43PM

Stocks: Handicapping the Rest of '09

After a powerful rally since March, equities seem to be spinning their wheels. Can the rally get back on track?

Nov 04, 2009 12:53PM

The Fed's Potent Medicine

Like any strong prescription, loose monetary policy may have some undesirable side effects—namely, commodity speculation and further dollar weakness

Nov 04, 2009 01:50PM

Stocks Finish Mixed after Fed Statement

Investors took profits late Wednesday after an earlier advance fueled by the Fed's indication that rates would remain low for "an extended period"

Nov 03, 2009 05:39PM

KeyOn: Why an Obscure Net Provider's Stock Soared

Investors have bid up broadband Internet provider KeyOn's stock, on the strength of millions in potential federal stimulus dollars. But biased analysis may also have played a role

Aug 11, 2009 02:55PM

Marcial: A Look at Gabelli's Fab Five

In three-and-a-half years, the investment firm's quarterly stock picks have soundly beaten the S&P 500. Coca-Cola is part of the current lineup

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Yahoo - Business (U.S. Economy)
Feb 16, 2017 11:45AM

Feb 16, 2017 11:45AM

Canada's Sun Life sees benefits from Trump's pro-growth agenda

The logo of Sun Life Financial is seen in TorontoSun Life Financial , expects to benefit from a more favorable interest rate and economic environment under new U.S. President Donald Trump, the chief executive of Canada's third-biggest insurer said. Shares in Sun Life have risen by 12 percent since Trump's election win Nov. 8 and a subsequent rise in interest rates. The stock has benefited from market expectations that pro-growth policies pursued by the new administration, such as a $1 trillion infrastructure spending program, will lead to higher employment and consumer spending and a return to a more inflationary environment following years of lackluster growth.

Feb 16, 2017 11:31AM

Letting countries leave euro zone would break ECB policy: Coeure

Headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) are illuminated with a giant euro sign at the start of the "Luminale, light and building" event in FrankfurtBy Andreas Framke MAASTRICHT, The Netherlands (Reuters) - Giving countries the option to leave the euro zone would make it impossible for the European Central Bank to reach all corners of the union with its monetary policy, ECB director Benoit Coeure said on Thursday Speaking as eurosceptic voices in France and Italy grow louder, Coeure said granting this option would break the channel through which the ECB transmits its monetary policy to the economy, that is financial markets and the banking sector. "An exit option would create a permanent impairment of the transmission mechanism of monetary policy in the European monetary union," Coeure told an audience in the Dutch town of Maastricht, where the Treaty on European Union was signed in 1992.

Feb 16, 2017 11:20AM

Dollar slips as traders weigh next U.S. rate hike

A man counts U.S dollars at a money exchange office in central CairoThe greenback was on track for a second day of losses following a winning streak where it touched a five-week peak versus the euro and a 2-1/2 week high against the yen. Traders have scaled back bets on a looming U.S. rate hike as they concluded Fed Chair Janet Yellen didn't deliver enough conviction, at her economic testimony before Congress on Wednesday, on whether the Fed's next rate increase will come at its March 14-15 meeting.

Feb 16, 2017 11:18AM

Ex-banker and leftist Correa ally vie in Ecuador election

Lenin Moreno, presidential candidate from the ruling PAIS Alliance party, gives a speech during a campaign rally in QuitoBy Alexandra Ulmer and Alexandra Valencia GUAYAQUIL/QUITO, Ecuador (Reuters) - An ally of Ecuador's leftist President Rafael Correa and a conservative ex-banker are battling to become the next president in Sunday's election in the face of corruption scandals and a lackluster economy. Polls show 63-year-old former Vice President Lenin Moreno ahead, but the ruling party candidate, who has used a wheelchair since being shot during a 1998 robbery, appears to be just short of the minimum needed to win outright in the first round. Disparate opposition factions in the oil-producing country of 17 million people, which stretches from the Andes to the Galapagos Islands, may then unite to support Lasso, giving him an edge over Moreno, analysts said.

Feb 16, 2017 11:10AM

Pro-Brexit economists urge UK to unilaterally scrap tariffs

A container ship is unloaded at Peel Ports Liverpool container terminal in LiverpoolBy David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Britain should be prepared to scrap all tariffs on imports unilaterally when it leaves the European Union to give consumers and the broader economy a boost, even if it hurts some businesses, economists who favour Brexit said on Thursday. Britain's government has said it wants to reach a free-trade agreement with the EU when it leaves the bloc, which is likely to happen in just over two years' time, and finance minister Philip Hammond has rejected any unilateral action by Britain. Britain currently enjoys tariff-free access to EU markets.

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Forbes: Business

Feb 23, 2017 12:37PM

Will BACE Inhibitors Help Alzheimer's Patients?

What is the likelihood of BACE inhibitors providing clinical value to Alzheimer?s patients? This question was originally answered on Quora by Robert Chen.

Feb 23, 2017 12:28PM

Will You Eat This Yeast-Made Cheese?

Can animal-free dairy become commonplace if today?s most common form of food technology?GMOs?is so vehemently vilified? Perfect Day hopes so.

Feb 23, 2017 12:17PM

How One Man Helped Found The Only BOMA Diversity Program In The Country

Reginald Ollie led BOMA/Chicago's diversity committee for over a decade.

Feb 23, 2017 12:15PM

Seattle's Emerald Mile Is Home To Many Marijuana Dispensaries

Seattle's Emerald Mile is home to several marijuana dispensaries, each with their own unique design.

Feb 23, 2017 12:09PM

Montana Radio Host Calls For Segregation of Native American School Basketball Teams

Native and non-Native teams unite against his demand, which is based on alleged incidents no one can confirm.

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Business Know-How Newsletter

Jun 23, 2017 09:54AM

3 Marketing Tactics Every Small Business Needs

When marketing your business, you need to do more than just attract customers. To be effective, you also need to focus on conversion and retention.

Jun 21, 2017 12:43PM

6 Tips for Successfully Starting a Business

You have a great idea and are ready to begin building your business, but how do you know where to start? Here are a few tips.

Jun 20, 2017 08:35PM

Starting a Consulting Business

Should you start a consulting business? Do you have a marketable expertise? Do you have the other skills necessary for running a successful business?

Jun 20, 2017 08:45AM

How to Save Time on Social Media

Use these 6 tips to manage the amount of time you spend working your social media sites while still maintaining a solid social presence for your customers.

Jun 15, 2017 06:43PM

3 Ways to Help Employees Weather a Business Storm Cycle

Here are three tactics you can use to keep your best employees happy during a down period for your business.

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