Facebook, Amazon, Google, Twitter, and McDonald's will be among the notable companies set to report earnings this week, which will be one of the busiest earnings weeks of the year.
50 years ago today, middle-aged engineers Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore (of Moore's Law fame) quit their jobs to found Intel. The company has had missteps and triumphs, but after half a century, it still embodies the culture and principles that Noyce and Moore established in 1968.
While we loosen financial regulation to achieve faster short-term growth, China is tightening regulation to contain bubbles and achieve sustainable, long-term growth, even if that means slowing its economy in the near-term.
Beer, wine and mixed drinks have traditionally dominated the adult beverage industry, beer being the front-runner. But the low-carb movement is shaking up the industry as consumers shift to healthier alternatives, especially hard sparkling water:
JP Morgan’s (JPM) Jamie Dimon topped the list yet again as the highest-paid banking and finance CEO in 2017, according to analysts at S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Real Madrid star player Cristiano Ronaldo recently signed a four-year, $129.3 million deal with Italian club Juventus, jolting the soccer world.
The summer will likely be volatile and see little progress but we will eventually break out of the current range and see a sustained move higher.
Billionaire Ken Langone, one of the co-founders of Home Depot, believes that capitalism doesn’t cause income inequality. Instead, it “lifts all boats.”
Major League Soccer is growing rapidly, thanks partly to savvy branding of its clubs and to recruiting international stars—both as players and owners.