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The Most Famous Band Formed Each Year Since 1957

In 1957, four boys from Liverpool got together to form one of the most popular rock bands of all time -- The Beatles. With each member contributing a special something, ...
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The Most Famous Band Formed Each Year Since 1957

In 1957, four boys from Liverpool got together to form The Beatles. With each member contributing a special something, the group ushered in the modern band era and changed the ...
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The Most Famous Band Formed the Year You Were Born

In 1957, four boys from Liverpool got together to form The Beatles. With each member contributing a special something, the group ushered in the modern band era and changed the ...
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The Most Famous Band Formed the Year You Were Born

About seven decades ago, a rock and roll group called The Beatles was formed in Liverpool, England. They would go on to make 27 separate No. 1 singles and become ...
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The 50 Highest Rated CEOs

Top executives, CEOs especially, are often measured by the business decisions they make and how their company is performing. Often just as important, however, is the company's culture, which executives ...
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What to Expect From UnitedHealth Earnings

UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH) is scheduled to report its third-quarter financial results Thursday before the markets open. The consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters call for $1.64 in earnings per ...
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UnitedHealth Raises Over $10 Billion to Fund Catamaran Buyout

UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH) has confirmed what investors were expecting with the sale of billions of dollars in debt. The deal had been telegraphed, but the various tranches are ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Avago, Citigroup, EA, Ford, GM, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and More

Stocks were indicated lower as it appears that a deal with Greece may be more hope than reality. Still, the trend seen for nearly four years now is that investors ...
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Why a PBM Acquisition Is Taking UnitedHealth to All-Time Highs

UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH) is making a $12.8 billion acquisition. Investors are used to seeing an acquirers' shares fall when they announce mergers, but this deal is quite different. ...
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Analyst Stocks to Buy for an Aging America

The United States is not alone as our population ages. We join Japan and several other developed nations with a larger percentage of the population growing older. Better diet, exercise ...
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Five Stocks That May Get a Huge Lift From the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it is often known, has gotten off to a highly publicized rocky start. The failure of the website to be up to speed ...
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J.P. Morgan Offers Stocks to Buy as Winners of the Obamacare Debacle

The administration has basically admitted that the rollout and launch of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, has been nothing short of a disaster so far. The website was never ...
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Credit Suisse Top Stocks to Buy with Big Upside Targets

Often the leading Wall Street firms put out their lists of top stocks to buy or highest conviction lists near the end of the year or right at the beginning ...
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Short Interest Declines on Top Health Care Distribution and Technology Stocks to Buy

When short interest, or the amount of any specific stock sold short, starts to decline, that is usually a flashing sign for investors to take a look behind the curtain. ...
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Ten Top Large Cap Stocks to Buy With the Most Upside Potential

When we screen stocks at the Wall Street firms we cover, we always are anxious to provide our readers with the stocks that the top firms feel have the most ...
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