Monthly Archives: April 2015
Apollo Global Management is embarking on an unusual campaign to improve its image with debt investors after a series of spats between the private-equity firm and creditors in some of its troubled deals.
A federal judge ordered American Express to let merchants steer customers to other forms of plastic payments, including debit cards.
Holding cash can give mutual fund managers an edge when stocks turn south.
One of the biggest asset managers in the U.S. has quietly sent a portion of its orders to a high-frequency trading firm for execution.
Is LinkedIn a social network or a jobs site — or both? And what’s the deal with the endorsements, and that stranger who keeps asking to connect?
This week’s new ETFs include one tracking airlines and another mimicking activist investors like Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman.
Ocwen Financial Corp. estimated its first-quarter profit dropped 43%, results that come after a year of steep regulatory hurdles and continuing questions from its auditor about its financial viability.
Shares of home builder Ryland Group dropped almost 6% Thursday after executives reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street’s estimates, but also slimmer gross margins.
LinkedIn shares tumble 25% after quarterly results Continue reading
Dow closes down 195 points; biotechs send Nasdaq sharply lower Continue reading