Allen T. Cheng • November 27, 2015
As chair and CEO of the Chinese sovereign wealth fund CIC, Ding Xuedong enjoys the trust of President Xi Jinping and other senior leaders.
Institutional Investor • November 24, 2015
Jamie Cook of Credit Suisse, the sector's most highly regarded researcher, says now is a good time for longer-term investors to pick up quality names at reasonable valuations.
Archie Hart • November 18, 2015
The talk of gloom and doom is omnipresent. But in the markets, what matters is where you put your money.
Institutional Investor • November 17, 2015
Weakening global growth is likely to have an adverse effect on commercial aviation stocks but defense companies are poised for growth, according to the sector's No. 1 analyst, Ronald Epstein of Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Allen T. Cheng • November 11, 2015
The investment bank’s profits are up, but its reliance on state-owned companies has cost it some lucrative business.
Dan Weil • November 09, 2015
As the Silicon Valley payment services start-up gears up to go public, some observers see the company in a niche, whereas others see it in a rut.
Lila MacLellan • November 08, 2015
The U.S. craft beer market was resilient against Megabrew before it was cool.
Vita Bekker • November 03, 2015
The bank has bolstered its debt and equity underwriting business, thanks to its purchase of a big loan book from RBS.
Kaitlin Ugolik • October 26, 2015
The athenahealth CEO is on a mission to ‘create the health care Internet’ to drive efficiency and improve patient care.
Dan Weil • October 15, 2015
Rates remain low and demand is high, particularly as M&A chugs along. Issuance will rebound, unless market turmoil returns
Craig Mellow • October 12, 2015
Suitors like ExxonMobil and Blackstone Group won’t rush into deals, given weak energy prices and past investment flops in the sector.
Dan Weil • October 11, 2015
Allegations of insider trading at fantasy sports game company DraftKings have drawn scrutiny to the burgeoning segment.
Richard Teitelbaum • October 07, 2015
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and other institutional investors have used the CTR loophole to avoid disclosing holdings.
Dan Weil • October 06, 2015
Deep wells of venture capital and the travails of earnings reports and activist investors are prompting tech firms to stay private.
Jonathan Kandell • October 05, 2015
Disney, Fox, Viacom and other traditional media companies are feeling the pain as consumers drop their cable and satellite TV services in favor of video streaming from online start-ups led by Netflix.
Anne Szustek • October 05, 2015
The WWE heiress’s sale of significant share holdings has drawn scrutiny of the wrestling entertainment giant’s inner workings.
Robert Stowe England • October 02, 2015
Hidden gems and a focus on domestic economies have produced robust inflows and solid returns. Narrowing the risk gap.
Kaitlin Ugolik • October 02, 2015
CEO Jeffrey Smith tells Sohn Conference that the hedge fund firm is pushing AAP to increase margins; news of its 3.7 percent stake boosts stock.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • October 01, 2015
The success of Tesla and Apple’s likely introduction of an electric car spell trouble for the future of dealerships and traditional automakers.
Ed McCarthy • October 01, 2015
MLPs focused on oil and gas processing, transport and storage have rewarded investors, but low energy prices could shrink distributions.
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