Vitaliy Katsenelson • October 23, 2014
The U.K. supermarket chain’s recent accounting error is just the latest in a parade of bad news for a company whose prospects are actually bright.
Imogen Rose-Smith • October 14, 2014
The initial public offering of Pershing Square Holdings provides Bill Ackman with $3 billion in permanent capital — but at what cost to investors?
Donna Milrod • October 11, 2014
For companies seeking cost efficiency in a post-Dodd-Frank world, clearing and settlement systems can step in to handle regulation and data management functions.
The Staff • October 05, 2014
Billionaire Mark Cuban flogs his mobile app; hedge fund manager John Ho wins big on Alibaba’s IPO; DJ Tiësto backs an online music venture.
Aaron Timms • October 04, 2014
Although it’s been a strong year for public offerings, many companies are opting to stay private longer.
Imogen Rose-Smith • October 02, 2014
Josh Friedman and Mitch Julis built Canyon after learning their trade from Michael Milken. Now, in a challenging market, their discipline is put to the test once again.
Michael Peltz • September 30, 2014
Bill Gross’s abrupt departure from PIMCO was far from the storybook ending of Jeter’s Yankees career. But Gross is still in the game.
David Young • September 29, 2014
A former PIMCO executive explains how cultural changes under Mohamed El-Erian led to Bill Gross’s decision to bolt from the bond giant.
Julie Segal • September 26, 2014
Bill Gross’s abrupt decision to leave PIMCO for Janus Capital doesn’t bode well for bond investors.
David Rothnie • September 25, 2014
Former head of U.K. Financial Investments, Robin Budenberg brings valuable experience to the investment and advisory firm’s London office.
Michael Peltz • September 25, 2014
Moody's CEO Ray McDaniel has broadened the company's business to profit from the increased focus on risk management in the wake of the financial crisis.
Georgina Hurst • September 23, 2014
The South American country’s latest default could leave custodians reluctant to get involved in sovereign debt restructurings.
S.L. Mintz • September 19, 2014
In our most recent quarterly Corporate Buyback Scorecard, companies struggle with high stock prices and other uses for spare cash, including M&A.
Aaron Timms • September 18, 2014
Demand appears strong for Chinese e-commerce giant’s stock, but IPO’s record size and peculiar features could make for volatile early trading.
Allen T. Cheng • September 12, 2014
Singapore’s DBS Bank, which just helped Alibaba acquire a stake in Singapore Post, sees growing business from mainland firms.
Craig Mellow • September 12, 2014
Search provider Yandex continues to enjoy robust growth, but the Ukraine crisis hits stock price and causes a big foreign exchange write-off.
Fiona Reynolds • September 10, 2014
A company’s performance on environmental, social and governance issues should be a key factor in determining C-suite pay.
The Staff • September 06, 2014
Citadel’s Ken Griffin gets divorced; venture capitalist Tim Draper pushes six Californias; tycoon Tony Fung bets on a new Macau in Australia; and more.
Dan Weil • September 05, 2014
The prices paid by TV and cable networks for the right to broadcast live sports have skyrocketed, prompting talk of a bubble.
Michael Peltz • September 03, 2014
Valeant Pharmaceuticals CEO Pearson’s $53 billion hostile bid to buy rival Allergan is the latest move by the former McKinsey consultant, who believes that capital is better spent on acquisitions than on R&D.
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