Monthly Archives: October 2015
A new index is tracking Israeli tech companies — and is an example of how all-important capital markets can develop. Continue reading
The latest quarterly results season is receding into the accounting archives, with BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron and the keenly anticipated numbers of Exxon Mobil now with us. Continue reading
Think it’s impossible to shell out just a few hundred bucks to fly around the globe — in mega-pampered first-class seats, no less? It’s not.
The stock market surged and swooned last week on earnings as there was a host of winners and losers. The tech sector had been the big winner the previous week and while LinkedIn (LNKD) surged over 10% last week, Twitter (TWTR) and GoPro (GPRO) recorde… Continue reading
With Generalist Robo-Advisers trumpeting the virtues of passive investing, and attracting a lot of money, it’s now more important than ever to take a fresh look at what so-called this approach is really about. And when we do, we’ll see that… Continue reading
Greece unveiled its bank recapitalization framework Friday and is expected to vote it into law Saturday evening, hours after the European Central Bank releases results of its health check on the country’s four big banks.
U.S. dollar gains on rivals for second straight month Continue reading
Ackman: Valeant no worse at compliance than others in pharmaceuticals Continue reading
The founder of Pershing Square Capital Manager and its founder is certainly right that major drug companies have all weathered severe regulatory scrutiny, paid huge fines and accepted significant sanctions for illegal behavior—and survived.