- BusinessQuartz•6 hours ago
If you’ve ever had an idea that you think would change the way we get around, Ford would like to hear it. The company has a portal open to employees and the public where anyone can suggest an idea to Ford, and, if the company likes it, it may work with the person to help them secure the intellectual property. On the site, Ford has a list of a few suggestions that it would really prefer if you didn’t send them, because the company is either already working on similar ideas, or it’s just heard it a ton of times before and can’t do anything with. “We do not want you to waste your time submitting these ideas (or our time reviewing them), as we will reject your submission,” Ford says on the site.
- BusinessKiplinger.com•6 hours ago
With interest rates in the basement and likely to stay there for some time, investors have, for good reason, flocked to dividend-paying stocks. But demand has pushed up the prices of many popular payers to possibly unsustainable levels. These stocks could be vulnerable to steep declines. People who can live off of their dividend income and can ignore share-price fluctuations may not have to worry much about a market reversal. After all, given enough time, the price of a good company will eventually recover. But investors who can’t stomach a downturn—even if it proves temporary—may want to lighten up on some overpriced dividend stocks. We’ve identified five dividend payers that look overvalued
- financeJulia La Roche•6 hours ago
Broadly speaking, it’s been a brutal summer for hedge funds. Hedge funds have continued to suffer from sizable redemptions, with investors yanking another $25.2 billion in the month of July alone, bringing year-to-date outflows to $55.9 billion, according to a new eVestment Hedge Fund Asset Flows report