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The chip maker's high multiple is nerve-racking, but Nvidia's business is firing on all cylinders.
Despite new initiatives, a lot hasn't changed for the three companies.
A number of small banks have disclosed material weaknesses in loan-loss accounting and other procedures. Reasons vary, but a common thread appears to be that accounting firms are facing pressure to... beef up their scrutiny of internal controls in financial services.
"It is always a good strategy to go after drug makers with good pipelines." See which fit the bill.
With ValueAct's stake rising to over 10%, a separation for the marketing and loyalty-solutions firm could make sense.
Community banks, which could be the hardest hit if economic tensions between the U.S. and Mexico escalate into a tariff battle, are urging policymakers to refrain from rash action, and big banks are... already trimming exposures.
President Trump's budget released Thursday calls for slashing the Department of Housing and Urban Development's funding by 13%, or $6.2 billion, compared with 2016 levels, a blow to many bankers who... say affordable housing programs and other HUD initiatives are vital to their work.
Mike Mozart/Flickr Shopping at warehouse club stores comes at a price: Costco's basic Gold Star membership costs $55 (and will go up to $60 on June 1) and a basic Sam's Club membership costs $45. But... with the savings from various products and services, there are plenty of ways to make back the fee while enjoying the perks of membership. Pizza Shutterstock It takes less than one pizza a month for the savings to make up the cost of a warehouse club membership. At Domino’s, a 16-inch Brooklyn-style pizza costs $12 to $18, depending on location and toppings. The same size pizza costs $9 at Sam’s Club and $10 at Costco. With average savings of more than $5 a pizza, buying eight to 10 pizzas a year would cover the membership cost. Photo gifts Shutterstock Large photos come with large...
Some airlines prefer to be cold.
Kaushal and his wife Sayali are focusing on long-term financial security for their child
We are near the bottom in oil and energy stocks.
GM's Mary Barra and Microsoft's Satya Nadella join this year's roster of 30 outstanding corporate leaders.
Highland Capital's Dondero says his strength is thinking through debt deals, turnarounds, and trends.
Micron Technology's growth cycle could be extended, but it won't last forever.
Fundamental drivers can still move bank shares higher.
Warning signs continue to accumulate in the auto-finance industry.
Canada's oil sands are being shunned in favor of shale by investors but present bargains for companies and investors with patience.
The meal-ordering service is facing more competition and higher costs. That's a recipe for indigestion.
There are concerns as the market continues to rally. But an analysis of the reasons for cheer and fear offers optimism--for now.
The hair may still be perfect, but Chicago television news anchors have been growing older, however imperceptibly, before our eyes. A spate of prominent retirements and medical leaves in the last year... has changed the face of local TV news, and an aging talent pool presages more to come. Chicago...
Some in the industry are faulting The Clearing House Association's plan to make anti-money-laundering rules more efficient.
Warren Buffett is worth more than $70 billion, but he often doesn't act like it -- and neither do many other affluent Americans. The documentary "Becoming Warren Buffett" that aired recently on HBO... shows Buffett, the CEO of Bershire Hathaway eating breakfast each day at McDonald's. Each morning, he asks his wife to set out...
Snap sounds a lot like GoPro, a camera company that called itself a media company. That didn't work well.
The alternative-asset manager has been raking in far more money than its peers.