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Mutual funds which invest in billion-dollar-plus "unicorn" private compani... [Read More]
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Investors are moving to price in benefits they assume his policies will bring with scant regard to the costs or risks... [Read More]
Thee may be more Twitter grandstanding than actual policy changes. [Read More]
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Investors are better off sticking with companies that avoid inflated pay packets, a new study shows. So why do shareholders keep approving overly generous ... [Read More]
Investors would be better off sticking with firms which pay their chief executives less, according to a new study. [Read More]
Dec 14- Goodbye "high-pressure" economy; an interesting idea but one Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will probably never get to try in the Donald Trump era. That's because fiscal stimulus, particularly the kind... [Read More]
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.) [Read More]
Companies with weak corporate governance benefit from having more female board members, who help shareholders to benefit from higher dividends. [Read More]
Japan, long a hard-luck case when it came to the impact of fiscal and mone... [Read More]
The idea that people succeed at work up to the point at which they are no... [Read More]
The consequences of Sunday's referendum on constitutional reform may be underestimated... [Read More]
Donald Trump's tax repatriation plan will create jobs, but far more... [Read More]
Goldman Sachs estimates corporations will repatriate $200 billion and use $150 billion for buybacks... [Read More]
The VIX, the so-called fear gauge, is dead but the real risk-appetite inde... [Read More]
A mutual fund which keeps portfolio turnover low may be simply a mutual fu... [Read More]
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reut... [Read More]
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reut... [Read More]
Nice chief executive officers do finish first, but sadly they too seldom get the chance. [Read More]
You don't have to be a "Neutron Jack" Welch to succeed at the helm, a new study shows. Unfortunately only fretful neurotics are less likely to find ... [Read More]
Those who score well for 'agreeableness' are associated with companies which show better operating results. [Read More]
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