Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE: HLF) shares were down almost 8% in after-hours trading with a second-quarter earnings release that missed analysts’ expectations. This all while the nutrition company continues to be a high-priced target for short sellers who are skeptical of HLF’s marketing practices.
Six years after the financial crisis, the SEC finally concluded a four-year battle with financial industry lobbyists to toughen regulations governing money market funds.
This morning (Thursday), General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) reported second-quarter earnings. The market didn’t like what it saw
Here’s a question for you: Has higher education become another great American scam?