In recent months General Dynamics (GD) has been navigating its way through the mandatory Federal government hoops in its deal to purchase CSRA.
Most Facebook users aren’t aware of the extraordinarily detailed personal profiles the company keeps on them. They also aren’t aware of how valuable they are to advertisers.
One of the reasons today’s college tuition and fees continue to spiral out of control is the proliferation of useless college degrees, departments and majors. These “academic disciplines” prepare gullible college students for absolutely nothing at all in the real world.
Seemingly from out of the blue, the FERC completely disallowed a longtime corporate MLP tax break that the industry long felt was sacrosanct. In short, the FERC disallowed a special tax allowance that many MLPs have routinely used for years.
Toys R Us has been on the retail ropes for years. Now, according to numerous sources, the bankrupt retail toy chain plans to close or sell all of its 800+ stores in the U.S.
Utterly ineffective under the Obama administration, the SEC has finally stepped up to the plate. The financial watchdog agency announced a lawsuit against Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of dicey blood testing firm Theranos.
As we passed the noon hour on the East Coast, stocks defaulted back to negative mode. Why? After hailing the Kudlow rumor, headlines quickly hyped Trump’s firing of now-former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
But the President’s longer-term objective is not protectionism. It's not a Trump Trade War. It’s actually Trump's desire for truly free trade. But we don't currently have free trade due to trade restrictions imposed on U.S. goods by everybody else.
Most headlines focused on the lead-up to the scary Trump tariffs against subsidized foreign steel and aluminum imports. But the usual, Soros-subsidized anti-gun demos, the ongoing #MeToo campaign and the never-ending climate change nonsense were also on tap.
The Daily Caller reports that National Economic Council Head Gary Cohn has resigned from his position. The resignation was at least partly in reaction to President Trump's announcement of impending tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
Unfortunately, what we're seeing on Volatility Tuesday is the kind of market we've experienced ever since the bears pulled the plug - big time - on Trump Rally #3 back in February.
Just how many viewers will be tuning in to tonight's live ABC broadcast of the 2018 Academy Awards? Less than last year's broadcast, we'll bet.
The U.S. has every right to fight unfair foreign trade practices. Indeed, for too long, we’ve rolled over and played dead in the face of such provocations. Steel tariffs are a step in the right direction.
The once relatively bucolic Columbus of the 1950s and 1960s has vastly eclipsed Ohio’s still better known cities of Cincinnati and Cleveland. Columbus is now the hottest American city that absolutely no one knows about.
Our ongoing February stock market rout concluded fittingly with yet another feast for the bears on Wednesday. U.S. stocks were pounded once again on this, the final day of February 2018.
Powell’s remarks on interest rate levels and inflation were part of his report on the Fed’s outlook for monetary policy this year.
A primary focus will be Fed Chair Jerome Powell's first-ever economic testimony before a GOP Congress that's worried about interest rates.
Wall Street’s raging bull is attempting a serious return. Could this be the beginning of Trump Rally #3?
Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt was far more interested in playing politics with the Obama Administration and indulging in needless, corporate-paid globetrotting in a costly GE private jet than he was in helping GE to grow.
A 2:15 p.m. check of the online banking function found that online banking functions at the BB&T site remain completely unavailable. This continues to frustrate countless customers who depend on the site to transact business and use electronic banking functions.