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Whoever assumes power in the Southeast Asian country’s elections next week should make strides to bolster this lucrative sector.
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The mainland market’s maturity is lowering the cost of capital, leading some New York–listed Chinese companies to go private and go back home.
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There are two things you need to love in order to succeed as a research analyst, says Sanford C. Bernstein's Trevor Stirling.
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The top competitors in our latest All-America Student Analyst Competition showed a knack for estimating company earnings and revenue.
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Honeywell CEO David Cote attributes the company's success to its ability to be flexible and evolve faster than its environment.
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It can be hard for employees to feel motivated to plan for the future. A recent study showed why: people's brains are wired to see their future selves as strangers. The good news is, now that we understand this tendency, we can help them do something about their retirement.
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