In 1851, Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones founded the New-York Daily Times. The paper sold for a penny. By 1857, the company changed its name to The New-York Times. It wasn't until 1896 that it dropped the hyphen. Finally, in 1969, The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) became a publicly traded com
Maurice Wysocki, an information technology worker, was looking to branch out on his own as a contractor last year, allowing him a more flexible schedule and sharply reduced hours some months of the year.
But then the Poughquag, New York, resident hopped on the federal health care exchange to
Shares of natural-gas-for-transportation supplier Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ:CLNE) are up 10.2% at 2:47 p.m. EDT on August 9. Today’s surge follows a bad day on August 8, when shares finished down 11% following the release of the company’s second-quarter financial results after market close.
BlackBerry’s (NSDQ:BBRY) turnaround has been moving at snail’s pace. In that context, BlackBerry’s deal with Ford (NYSE:F) to expand usage of its QNX software in the latter’s line of connected cars was welcome news. Many see BBRY’s focus on automotive technology as a potential profit center. Norwegian security firm, Promon, recently gave a demonstration of how Tesla....More>>>
Yesterday we focused on rates and oil, again. There were signals developing that the recent weak spell in oil prices might be ending/reversing. With that, rates would/should begin bouncing as well.
We had further confirmation today. Oil was up another 2%. And rates popped by 7 basis points, bouncing hard off of the big trendline on the charts we looked at yesterday (the line that represents....More>>>
Mid-cap companies — those valued between $2 billion and $10 billion — have underperformed both their larger and smaller peers this year. The iShares Russell Mid-Cap ETF (NYSE: IWR) has increased just 6.9% so far this year versus a performance of just over 9% for both the large- and small-cap indices.
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(Author Note: This is article #8 of a series of 10 articles on undervalued value stocks I will be releasing over the next two months to form my 2020 investment portfolio; comments and feedback welcomed!)
#7: Alaska Air
Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK) is the holding company of Alaska Airlines (Alaska), Virgin America Inc., Horizon Air (Horizon) and other business units. The Company operates....More>>>
In the latest installment of our Between Two Fools interview series, Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with LivePerson (NASDAQ:LPSN) CEO Rob LoCascio.
Plus, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) CEO Tim Sloan just got a $1 million raise — did he deserve it? And why does conglomeration seem to work so well for companies like Berkshire Hathaway and Markel, but not for General Electric?....More>>>
With March Madness in full swing, it’s not just brackets that are being busted.
The average American may be spending more money than usual. According to WalletHub, the average bet on the NCAA Tournament is $20 to $50, and there is 20 percent and 24 percent increase in beer sales and chicken wing orders during the tournament, respectively.
Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of Regency Centers (NYSE:REG) from a sell rating to a hold rating in a research note released on Thursday.
According to Zacks, “Regency Centers’ first-quarter 2018 funds from operations (FFO) per share of 96 cents surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 94 cents. Quarterly results reflect growth in same-property net operating income....More>>>
BNP Paribas Arbitrage SA decreased its position in PRA Health Sciences Inc (NASDAQ:PRAH) by 64.4% during the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent filing with the SEC. The institutional investor owned 3,908 shares of the medical research company’s stock after selling 7,075 shares during the period. BNP Paribas Arbitrage SA’s holdings in PRA Health Sciences were worth $365,000 as....More>>>
With March Madness in full swing, it's not just brackets that are being busted.
The average American may be spending more money than usual. According to WalletHub, the average bet on the NCAA Tournament is $20 to $50, and there is 20 percent and 24 percent increase in beer sales and chicken w