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The retreat from everywhere
SOME signs are subtle. Foreign lenders operating in America are tightening loan standards more sharply than domestic rivals; Hong Kong property developers are scrambling to issue bonds for want of other funding.
Energy companies turn to high-yield market to fund shift to oil
In the secondary market, Barclays recommends an overweight on exploration and production names like Hilcorp Energy, MEG Energy and Plains E&P, all of which have more operating leverage to oil. Investors say some names also have an added takeover ...
The High Risks of Short-Term Management
Investors who care about the volatility of their portfolio should factor in their decisions the time horizon of the corporation. That generates a need for more data that help investors separate companies that are short-term-oriented versus long-term ...
Past Magic and a New McDreamy
Proprietor Ike is the key, the emotional doorway into the series, and he has the makings of an appealingly flawed hero. Yet even Ike, like many of the characters here (Kelly Lynch as his ex-sister-in-law, Meg, is an interesting exception), sometimes ...
Taking advantage of new opportunities spells success
The company's approach results in small orders with short lead times, meaning Schildroth presides over a nimble shop, doing interesting work.
OFFICIAL CIRCLES: $1-million coin draws A-list to Museum of Nature
It was (thankfully) not the golden showers of Scott Brison question period infamy, but gold-embossed business card flaunting John Baird was among the many ministers at the opening of the Barrick Salon at the Canadian Museum of Nature Tuesday.
For businesses in China, a minefield of bribery risks
In the latest move, reported by Reuters last week, the SEC has started investigating major U.S. movie studios and their dealings in China, sending letters of inquiry to at least five studios in the past two months including News Corp's 20th Century Fox ...
Here's How American Companies Bribe Their Way To The Top In China  Business Insider
China Business Culture Means Countless Bribery Risks For US Businesses  Huffington Post
Investor gadfly Davis calls it quits ... for now
That said, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Dow Jones, now owned by News Corp, and CarrAmerica Realty in 2003 cited Davis's efforts as a reason they agreed to annual director elections, according to a 2003 USA Today article.
Do IT Execs Make Too Much Money?
Last year, for instance, Hewlett-Packard shareholders for the first time voted to reject the compensation packages of top company executives, including CEO Leo Apotheker, who was forced to resign later in the year as HP struggled to define its strategy ...
When Founders Recruit Friends and Family as Investors
Editor's note: Seasoned entrepreneurs know that a great idea for a new company is no guarantee of a successful exit. Startups fail more often than not, largely due to hubris-fueled mistakes by an inexperienced founding team.