Fri, Mar 16, 2018
6:44 pmDrinkers Go Crazy for Gin, Investors for Tonic
Itís party time in the gin industryóbut buying a gin producer may not be the best way for investors to join the fun.
5:35 pmProfitable Plans Afoot to Carve Rump of Yahoo
The $76 billion Alibaba stake owned by the rump of Yahoo could finally be unwound. Recent corporate tax cuts may end up being the catalyst to close one of the hedge-fund industryís highest-profile trades.
2:04 pmDon't Be Fooled by Tiffany's Slowdown
Investors are overreacting to a January slowdown despite Tiffanyís success with new products.
8:31 amWhat Happens If AT&T Beats the Government?
No matter who wins, the blockbuster antitrust trial pitting AT&T against the U.S. government will reshape the media landscape. What it wonít do is end the upheaval of an industry contending with new competitors and new technologies.
7:47 amLi Ka-shing Has Already Left China Behind
The tycoon, still one of Asiaís richest men, has been channeling money out of the region and into steady developed market investments in recent years.
5:26 amAlibaba's Homecoming May Not Prove a Home Run
Alibabaís investors may feel excited about its plan to list on a mainland Chinese stock exchange. In reality, there may not be much to celebrate.
Thu, Mar 15, 2018
9:55 pmWhat Price Is Right for Spotify?
There is a wide range of potential values for the music-streaming giant ahead of its nontraditional IPO.
3:29 pmIn Battle of the Discounters, Dollar General Gains an Edge
Chains like Dollar General have thrived as the go-to stores for Americaís left-behind communities. Last year a lot of investors preferred rival Dollar Tree, but the scale is tipping back again.
3:25 pmWhy Foreigners Love Vladimir Putin's Bond Market
Russian elections this weekend highlight the strange economic attraction investors have shown for the countryís financial markets.
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