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Most Sold By Activist Hedge Funds

Most Sold By Activist Hedge Funds

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  • The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor
    Yahoo Finance7 hours ago

    The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

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  • Reuters17 minutes ago

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    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's competition regulator says it has five investigations afoot as a result of its examination of the market power and public influence of tech giants such as Facebook Inc and ...

  • Financial Times18 minutes ago

    [$$] Organisations must give more of a voice to their naysayers

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  • The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (HIG): Billionaires Love This Dividend Stock
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    The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (HIG): Billionaires Love This Dividend Stock

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  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Australian watchdog calls for more scrutiny of Google, Facebook

    Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended a new regulatory body be set up to monitor tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and their dominance of the online advertising and news markets. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms' market power that extra oversight was justified to ensure advertisers were treated fairly and the public access to news was unfettered.

  • Is Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) A Good Stock To Buy?
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  • Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power

    In a preliminary report released Monday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said a new or existing watchdog should investigate and monitor how large digital platforms rank and display adverts and news. “The ACCC considers that the strong market position of digital platforms like Google and Facebook justifies a greater level of regulatory oversight,” Chairman Rod Sims said in a statement.

  • Trump Seeks New Chief After Ayers Roils Kelly Succession Plan
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Trump Seeks New Chief After Ayers Roils Kelly Succession Plan

    The White House now faces a potentially chaotic transition in a vital leadership role with Ayers out of the running, despite months of advance conversations with the president. The focus now turns to other candidates to fill Kelly’s shoes.

  • Financial Times2 hours ago

    [$$] Markets data shed light on extent of ETF trading

    The true scale of trading activity across Europe’s $782bn exchange traded fund sector has been a subject of speculation and debate. Most ETF dealing in Europe takes place via private over-the-counter transactions that were not required to be reported until the start of this year. This obscured the breadth and depth of the ETF market but a far more accurate assessment is possible following the introduction of strict disclosure requirements in January.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Investors Worry About U.K. Auditors’ Contributions to U.S. Audits

    As the Big Four accounting firms in the U.K. are criticized over the quality of their audits, some investors worry about the work the companies have done on the audits of U.S. companies. U.K. regulators and lawmakers have said the firms—Ernst & Young, KPMG, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and PricewaterhouseCoopers—got too cozy with the British companies they audited and failed to notice questionable accounting practices.

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    Elon Musk says Tesla would consider buying idled GM plants, takes swing at the SEC on 60 Minutes

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Tesla would consider buying unused GM plants in a wide-ranging interview on 60 Minutes. Musk reiterated his lack of respect for the SEC. Tesla would consider buying the factories General Motors GM said it intends to idle, CEO Elon Musk said in an interview that aired on "60 Minutes" Sunday night.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Australian watchdog calls for more scrutiny of Google, Facebook

    Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended a new regulatory body be set up to monitor tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and their dominance of the online advertising and news markets. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms' market power that extra oversight was justified to ensure advertisers were treated fairly and the public access to news was unfettered.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Always Meant Business

    Among the more notable revelations from the British government’s dump of internal Facebook emails on Wednesday was this: In the fall of 2012, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg was keenly interested in making money. At the time, Mr. Zuckerberg was leading a newly public company already fetching a market value of around $50 billion—already more than many of the media and technology businesses he was in the process of displacing.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] GM Bids Farewell to Its Breakthrough Electric Car

    The Chevrolet Volt is headed to the scrap heap, but during its decade on the market the electric vehicle reflected the strengths and weaknesses of General Motors Co. and auto making in Detroit. The plug-in electric vehicle won praise from auto critics who heralded the car as an engineering marvel when it was introduced in 2010. The acclaim eased some of the pain from GM’s bankruptcy at the time and showed that Detroit could still develop an enviable vehicle.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Censors at Random

    If you used Facebook in late November, you probably saw a stream of fundraising campaigns for charities and cultural organizations. In response to public scrutiny stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal this year, Facebook has implemented enforcement measures aimed at improving election security and discouraging anonymous political messages. Several paid advertising campaigns run by my colleagues and clients have been inexplicably obstructed by Facebook’s policing in the past several months.

  • 4 Facts About Apple's Fastest-Growing Catalyst
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  • Dow Jones Futures Signal Test Of Correction Lows; Apple, Boeing, Visa, Tesla Stock Analysis
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    Dow Jones Futures Signal Test Of Correction Lows; Apple, Boeing, Visa, Tesla Stock Analysis

    Stock futures signal more losses. The relative strength line spots market leaders, such as Tesla now. But Dow stocks Apple, Boeing and Visa show why you shouldn't buy on the RS line alone.

  • Why Investors Should Cheer Facebook's Stock Buyback
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    Why Investors Should Cheer Facebook's Stock Buyback

    With shares down nearly 40%, Facebook wants to get more aggressive with its stock buybacks.

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    Should I Buy an Oculus Go VR Headset?

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  • 2 Dividend Stocks to Buy on Sale
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    2 Dividend Stocks to Buy on Sale

    These two stocks have recently seen their prices slashed and offer attractive returned income components.

  • For U.S. Allies, ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis Is the Last Adult in the Room
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    For U.S. Allies, ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis Is the Last Adult in the Room

    Since Donald Trump assumed office almost two years ago, U.S. allies in Europe, Asia and beyond have counted on a number of so-called adults in the room to constrain an unpredictable president. With the imminent departure of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, only Defense Secretary Jim Mattis remains. As Trump assembled his first cabinet, allies took comfort that the group -- including retired or serving generals -- would help preserve the fundamentals of U.S. foreign and economic policy that have largely endured for decades.