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Medtronic will likely restructure the terms of its Covidien acquisition after the U.S. Treasury Department introduced new rules aimed at curbing tax inversions.
Six years after the government decided to put together a record bailout for AIG, the insurance company’s former CEO, Hank Greenberg is challenging the legality of that decision.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans, is urging caution about raising benchmark interest rates too soon.
Tonight: Why protests in Hong Kong have investors in the U.S. concerned about potential long-term economic repercussions.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why protests in Hong Kong have investors in the U.S. concerned about potential long-term economic repercussions. And, six years after AIG’s record bailout, its former CEO is in court trying to prove the government acted illegally.
Today’s stock stories: DWA, ATHL, ECA, TIBX, IRM, MRK, AZN, RHHBY, GPRO & FDX.
By day Thomas Farrell, the CEO of Dominion Resources, runs a company with 15,000 employees, but on nights and weekends over the past few years, he’s been pouring his soul and his own money into a movie called “Field of Lost Shoes.”
Tonight’s Market Monitor says investors need to be more selective when choosing stocks in today’s market.
Tonight: Bill Gross, the man who built Pimco into a bond market powerhouse, abruptly leaves the firm. If you own any Pimco funds, what should you do now?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Bill Gross, the man who built Pimco into a bond market powerhouse, abruptly leaves the firm. If you own any Pimco funds, what should you do now? And, the Dow Index closes out the week with five triple-digit moves. Our market monitor guest tonight has a list of stocks he …
Today’s stock stories: BBRY, YHOO, FINL & RSH.
A new report suggests that U.S. crude prices could tumble $30 below international prices, unless the nation begins exporting some of the product it’s producing.
Nike reported better-than-expected quarterly profit sending shares of the Dow component up in after-hours trading. Dominic Chu tells us the one key takeaway from the numbers.
Small cap stocks have been hit hard recently. Why are investors turning away from these stocks and does the recent weakness mean there are hidden opportunities?
If you had gotten used to relatively modest stock market moves this year, this week has delivered quite a jolt. Technology and financial services shares led the major market barometer down. It was their worst day collectively since late July and the fourth down day in a row of triple-digit moves for the Dow, three …