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Consumers have been shifting away from mainstream food, says Kenneth Goldman of J.P. Morgan Chase, but margins are reaching unimaginable levels.
Governance expert Lukomnik argues that the growth of intermediaries has helped create a financial system focused on short-term gain.
The U.K.’s £6.9 trillion asset management industry is a market failure, according to findings from the country’s market regulator.
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Corporate tax reform is one of the few things both major parties agree on. But what would companies actually do with the repatriated money?
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The Donald Trump regime’s unpredictability might hamper fintech investment, but its antiregulation stance could be a blessing or a curse.
Artificial intelligence may finally be delivering on some promises, but it is demanding patience.
The billionaire’s election victory may hamper the clean energy and technology industries, but other aspects of the new economy are booming.
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A study examining the effects of financial intermediaries found that nonneutral financial advice is the rule, not the exception.
The California pension plan comes under pressure to drop its discount rate, but beneficiaries and their representatives are pushing back.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. is expanding its long-standing missing-plan program to include defined-contribution-plan participants.
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On the strength of widespread praise, Kotak takes first place from three-time champ CLSA, which drops to No. 4 in our annual ranking.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and virtual reality are just some of the new industries that will drive demand for semiconductors, says Evercore ISI's Christopher Muse.
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Kenneth Marlin of Marlin & Associates, and author of 'The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street,' sheds light on how investors can be smarter.
The rise in global life expectancy has implications for pension plan liabilities that are not fully appreciated.
As new mortality tables demonstrate, longevity risk to pension liabilities could increase dramatically over the next two to three decades. Worse, funded status of plans has decreased significantly in the past 15 years.
DB plan sponsors need to understand the levers they can pull to counter the threat of growing liabilities. PGIM’s David Hunt and Taimur Hyat examine the challenge and available risk mitigation solutions.
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