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It would normally be huge news when a company sells almost $20 billion in debt. These days it seems like ‘just another corporate giant is raising cash’ as we have seen many large bond...
Short interest was down in most of the selected social media stocks for the most recent settlement date.
How will Microsoft's efforts to expand its product lines and cut its dependence on software sales, including the recent surprising all-cash offer to acquire LinkedIn, affect its results?
The June 30 short interest data have been compared with the previous report. Short interest was down in most of these selected social media stocks.
Employment data out of the United States came out better than expected this week. Here are three of the leading recruitment stocks to look at in this tight jobs market.
43 years since joining the European Community in 1973, what would later become the European Union, the voters in the United Kingdom have finally voted to leave. Plenty has been written about where...
Social media has taken the world by storm, building virtual communities for anyone who has internet access and allowing people to connect and share across the globe. A lot of these sites have changed...
Google sites were the most visited in May, based on desktop and mobile results together, according to research firm comScore.
One rule of thumb about slow-growing companies in a fast-growing sector is that it does not take a lot of employees to stop growing. At least job cuts improve margins, if only temporarily.
If the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) ends up voting to hold the target fed funds rate as is, then a potentially embarrassing situation for the Fed could develop.
Microsoft has announced early that it would acquire LinkedIn. 24/7 Wall St. put together a montage of what analysts are saying about LinkedIn.
In a research brief, Axiom Capital says that five companies are possible buyout candidates, and Axiom is not the only firm that has highlighted some of these companies in the past as takeover targets.
Big tech companies looked at their M&A strategies as the LinkedIn deal hit the news. Did any of them even seriously think about Twitter as a target? There only needs to be one.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include Alaska Air, Altria, GoDaddy, GoPro, LinkedIn and Navistar.
Microsoft announced on Monday morning that it would acquire LinkedIn in an all-cash transaction valued at more than $26 billion