Katie Gilbert • March 03, 2015
Several investment products wager that board gender diversity gives corporations a financial edge, but any link between the two is unclear.
Rick Rieder • February 28, 2015
Tesla is an example of the radical technological change that is altering macroeconomic drivers today and challenging investment assumptions.
David Rothnie • February 23, 2015
Citigroup’s head of corporate and investment banking for EMEA played a key role in building the firm’s regional operations.
Georgina Hurst • February 21, 2015
Losing a decadelong wager in which Buffett has challenged hedge funds to beat the S&P 500, Protégé Partners could gain ground this year.
Ashby Monk • February 20, 2015
It’s Friday, which means I’ve got some weekend reading for you.
Georgina Hurst • February 20, 2015
The Hollywood star’s Water.org nonprofit has joined forces with brewer Stella Artois to provide millions of women and their families worldwide with clean drinking water.
Kaitlin Ugolik • February 17, 2015
To remain profitable in the face of falling oil prices, U.S. shale firms are selling off storage and shipping assets and rethinking their capital structures.
Daniel Nadler • February 17, 2015
Google has the early lead in the race to deliver self-driving cars, but Uber, Apple and some other tech upstarts could challenge its dominance.
Kaitlin Ugolik • February 17, 2015
Smith’s hedge fund firm, Starboard Value, posts another win by pushing the office supplies giant to merge with rival Office Depot in a pending $6.3 billion deal.
Jan Alexander • February 16, 2015
A new approach to financial analysis measures executive evasion and candor to gauge a company’s outlook.
Katie Gilbert • February 12, 2015
The co-founder of pan-African private equity firm Development Partners International sees great promise in the region’s growing middle class.
Katie Gilbert • January 29, 2015
Although biofuels look especially vulnerable, solar power and some other subsectors should hold up well amid falling crude prices.
Julie Segal • January 27, 2015
John Bogle, who launched Vanguard, the $3 trillion firm that popularized index investing, shares his thoughts on ETFs and smart beta.
Julie Segal • January 26, 2015
Once a magnet for star money managers, Los Angeles–based TCW has created a successful investment formula by instead focusing on teams.
Katie Gilbert • January 23, 2015
Banks and asset managers lag their corporate peers when it comes to distancing themselves from commodity producers that destroy forests.
Allen T. Cheng • January 19, 2015
Against a backdrop of falling gaming revenue in Macau, Sands China CEO Edward Tracy is hoping to profit from the mainland’s fast-growing middle class.
S.L. Mintz • January 15, 2015
U.S. companies repurchased $144 billion in shares during the third quarter of 2014, according to our latest Buyback Scorecard, but the effectiveness of the strategy has been called into question.
Katie Gilbert • December 24, 2014
Republicans are throwing their weight behind solar and other clean power sources, in part to challenge the big utilities.
December 19, 2014
The week is over, time to catch up on the stories you may have missed.
Aaron Timms • December 18, 2014
The JOBS Act–driven vision of mass retail participation in private company funding is becoming reality, but hurdles remain.
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