At least 4 early buyers have sold off their shares. Are they heading for the hills or just cashing out?
Think last week's stock hit was bad? The social network still faces 4 more unlocking periods.
Cisco, Oracle and Microsoft are ready to adjust their corporate strategies to face the competition head on.
Maybe it's time to think about better compensation for the regulators who oversee the financial institutions.
AstraZeneca is downgraded to 'underweight,' and Oracle is initiated with a 'buy.'
By the time the core smartphone migration problems were made clear, it was already a bridge too far.
The ECB downplays a report about planned bond buying to stem the region's debt crisis. Aetna will buy Coventry Health in a $5.7 billion deal. Lowe's slumps on weak earnings. Apple hits a new high as Facebook is up from new low.
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Breaking up big banks is an untested solution to the too big to fail problem that attempts to isolate and dismantle large, troubled institutions while protecting the rest of the economy.
The high-ranking GOP House member accuses Democrats of politicizing the issue of gender paycheck inequality for political purposes.
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