Wednesday’s FOMC report and the Fed economic outlook for the next few quarters didn't help the market, as stocks tanked across the board.
Wednesday afternoon, the Fed indicated that interest rate hikes were off the table. Plus, the IRS has the 2021 tax filing deadline to May 17.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) finally gave the go ahead for the stalled T-Mobile-Sprint merger. The $26 billion merger could be a really big deal.
Coincidentally or not, the recent hot and juicy Jeff Bezos vs National Enquirer sex scandal story is hammering the shares of Amazon Friday.
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.
Investors are already experiencing the kind of bear market nervousness they thought they'd left behind. The biggest villain in today’s Dow drop: High-fling UnitedHealth Group (symbol: UNH), off a painful $9.98 per share, with shares currently trading at $237 and change.
Stocks look to be heading for an August-September correction despite generally positive earnings news for many companies.
We reverse field on Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and take advantage (we hope) of Home Depot’s Amazon-induced dive off the appliance cliff.
Summer doldrums, Washington malaise and inefficiency, and surprise Amazon-Sears-Kenmore hook-up cause stocks to drift down again.
Also in the financial news: Oh, Snap… Snapchat announces sure to be hot IPO incoming in markets starved for new tech offerings.
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WASHINGTON, November 13, 2014 – According to several reliable sources, Amazon.com (AMZN) and the Hachette Book Group buried the hatchet today, striking a new pricing agreement and ending their longstanding impasse over the sales and pricing of both print and ebooks via the online retail giant’s website in the U.S. Under the ebook portion of ...
WASHINGTON, February 3, 2014 – LivingSocial announced January 31 that they would be closing their event space at 918 F Street NW after they honor their current bookings. The closure will likely some time in April. Employees involved in this part of the company’s operations will reportedly be laid off or given jobs elsewhere in ...
It’s likely the Office Depot-Office Max merger deal is the result of continuing fallout from Boise’s earlier re-IPO.