Further developments out of Ukraine could weigh heavily on the markets today. That said, it’s a busy day for earnings, so let’s get to the five stories you need to know to make your day profitable.
Just when you thought the very public war of words between activist investor Carl Icahn and eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) was about to go nuclear, peace broke out.
you’d better believe it will be brain-dead simple to rent or buy from Amazon’s considerable trove of video and music content.
In a letter to eBay shareholders, Icahn charged eBay leadership with the most “blatant disregard” for accountability that his firm Icahn Enterprises “has ever seen.”
This doesn’t happen very often.
Carl Icahn has been foiled in one of his activist investing ploys, and by none other than Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).
The short answer to why Bitcoin prices dropped today (Monday) is that Mt. Gox briefly had everyone thinking that a serious new flaw had been discovered in the software that controls the digital currency – but that’s not the whole truth.
Bitcoin prices climbed back over $1,000 yesterday (Monday), less than two weeks after the virtual currency crashed below $500.
This isn’t just any old stock market rally. It’s the first leg of a global generational bull market.
Stocks around the world can and eventually will double and triple from here.
Investors want to know if it’s too late to get into the record-breaking bull market.
It’s a question that Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) needs to get right: With current Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer slated to retire within a year, who will become the next Microsoft CEO?
The trend of companies in America hoarding cash keeps growing.
The 10 U.S. companies with the most cash reported a combined $540 billion in cash, cash equivalents, and short-term investments in their last quarterly reports. That’s up nearly 3.7% in just the last quarter.
These cash hoards are why activist investors like Carl Icahn have been pushing companies’ boards to share their wealth with stockholders.