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- 11/04/15--12:59: _Groupon takes fresh...
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- 01/12/16--23:59: _Research finds reas...
- 04/26/16--14:30: _Twitter's destiny: ...
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- 12/08/16--05:34: _Researchers find ce...
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- 01/30/17--05:50: _Dangerous infectiou...
- 03/02/17--12:16: _Snapchat parent roc...
- 03/03/17--12:20: _When tech companies...
- 04/19/17--04:43: _Managers may compro...
- 05/23/17--03:30: _Baby bump: China ea...
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- 11/04/15--12:59: Groupon takes fresh hit as new CEO outlines strategy
- 11/18/15--09:13: Latin America's economic prospects dim into 2016
- 01/07/16--04:30: Study shows new CEOs who 'talk the talk' drive up stock prices
- 04/26/16--14:30: Twitter's destiny: staying small? Not so fast, say investors
- 06/02/16--11:01: Ex-Oracle employee accuses company of accounting chicanery
- 12/08/16--05:34: Researchers find central bank tone affects asset prices
- 01/23/17--06:10: SEC probing Yahoo over cyberattacks: media
- 01/30/17--05:50: Dangerous infectious diseases—good news for Wall Street?
- 03/02/17--12:16: Snapchat parent rockets higher in Wall Street debut
- 03/03/17--12:20: When tech companies go public, employees can strike it rich—or not
- 05/23/17--03:30: Baby bump: China eatery in Japan soars on pregnant panda hopes
- 05/28/17--11:16: Ford's changes at the top aimed at faster decision-making
Take another discount on the stock price: Groupon fell hard on Wednesday as the company's new chief executive laid out his strategy in the face of a weakening sales.
Trade and financial shocks in the form of collapsing commodity prices and reduced availability of external financing have worsened Latin America's economic prospects in the past year, according to an issue brief from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy. South America, in particular, is expected to perform poorly into 2016, the brief predicts.
New chief executives, especially those appointed from outside an organisation, can see the company's stock price soar if they present their strategy to investors in their first 100 days, new research from Oxford has discovered. But the effects are lessened if the CEO was an internal appointment or if the presentation is delayed too long.
By 2017, total advertising spending is expected to approach $136 billion, placing more pressure on management to demonstrate its impact on sales and stock prices. It's the age-old question of advertising effectiveness.
Twitter gets lots of grief from investors because it hasn't taken over the world the way Facebook did, at least in terms of amassing users.
A former employee in Oracle's finance department is accusing the business software maker of trying to pressure her into cooking the books in an effort to boost the company's stock price.
The researchers found that stock prices increase when central bank tone becomes more positive and decrease when the tone becomes more negative. Positive tone changes are also associated with increasing bond yields, lower implied equity volatility, lower variance risk premia and lower credit spreads. Overall, these results suggest that changes in central bank tone affects the risk appetite of market participants.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into whether Yahoo should have informed investors sooner about two major data breaches, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter.
While infectious diseases may be dangerous for the general public, they are good news for stock market investors and traders, says a new study from the University of Portsmouth.
The company behind Snapchat closed on a high note in its Wall Street debut, proof, at least for a day, that there's investor demand for young but still unproven tech companies.
Five years ago when Facebook went public, employees of the social network were glued to office televisions airing CNBC, waiting for the company's trading price.
Managers of U.S. companies facing market pressures to meet earnings expectations may risk damaging the health and safety of workers to please investors according to recent research from the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas.
Swelling hopes for a baby panda in Tokyo have bumped up the stock price of a Chinese restaurant chain in the area, with locals setting their sights on a flurry of tourists.
Earlier this week, Ford Motor Co. replaced company veteran Mark Fields as CEO with Jim Hackett, a relative newcomer to the auto industry. Ford said it needed the change to speed up decision-making and reorient toward the future.
Wall Street's exclusive "$1,000 Stock Club" could soon be welcoming two new members.