IPO News This Week: Survey Monkey Among 13 Offerings on Coming Week’s Calendar

Last week's initial public offering (IPO) action saw six companies launch successful offerings that raised $2.9 billion in new capital. A total of 13 IPOs are scheduled to launch in ...
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A Google Breakup Could Be Like Old AT&T

Could Google parent Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) be broken into pieces? Could Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) suffer a similar fate? A look back at the history of tech and telecom ...
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A New STD: Sexually-Transmitted Debt

Love, they say, is blind, and what makes the world go around is money. Sometimes the two happily walk through life hand in hand. But nearly a third of the ...
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Porsche Quits Making Diesel Vehicles

In an interview with a German magazine, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said that the company best known for its gasoline-powered sports cars will no longer produce vehicles with diesel engines. ...
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Nike, CarMax, Rite Aid and More Major Earnings Coming This Week

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average hit all-time highs on Friday, and the Nasdaq was not that far behind. Although talks of tariffs have been abundant this past ...
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Nike Remains the Dow’s Top-Performing Stock

Once again, Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE) reigns as the Dow's best performing stock for the year to date. The company's shares rose nearly 2.5% last week and put up another ...
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3M Holds on as Dow’s Poorest Performer

For a second consecutive week, 3M Company (NYSE: MMM) is once again the Dow's cellar dweller. The industrial giant's stock added more than 4% last week but even that was ...
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Alzheimer’s, Dementia Will Hit Minority Groups Hardest

A new study by the Alzheimer's Association projects that the number of Americans who will suffer from Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) will more than double from an estimated ...
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Government Agency Hits Walmart With Pregnancy Discrimination Charges

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed a lawsuit against Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT) which claims the world's largest retailer "refused to accommodate workers' pregnancy-related medical restrictions." The ...
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Pier 1 Imports Gets Wrecked, CEO’s Plans Splinter

There may be retailers worst off than Pier 1 Imports, Inc (NYSE: PIR), but they can be counted on one hand. Very poor results knocked the stock to just above ...
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Can Google Results Be Trusted Anymore?

On the heels of accusations that the management of Alphabet Inc's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google may have tilted some search results after the election of Donald Trump, and that the company ...
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How High These Pots Stocks Really Got

Cannabis stocks had a huge showing on Wall Street this past week. In fact, most of the news flow surrounding these stocks had investors pouring money into them. One stock ...
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The Top IPOs From This Week

With the markets at all-time highs, it is prime season for initial public offerings (IPOs) and companies can get more bang for their buck. There were a couple major IPOs ...
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5 Stocks Rated Buy Under $10 With Huge Upside Potential

While Most of Wall Street focuses on large and mega cap stocks, as they provide a degree of safety and liquidity, many investors are limited in the number of shares ...
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States With the Largest Immigrant Populations

The United States has long been the destination of immigrants either seeking opportunity or fleeing from persecution, or both. Some were brought here by force, while others came as refugees ...
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