Thanks to the generosity of CNNMoney readers, a 61-year-old man didn’t become homeless.
CNNMoney profiled “Homeless Joe” last April in a story and video titled: “How I went from middle class to homeless.” Joe had worked factory jobs all his life, but he was laid off after the Great Recession and couldn’t land another gig, despite sending out resumes daily.....More>>>
The pendulum is swinging back to Europe and Asia, whose stock markets are more enticingly valued than ours right now, suggests Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily’s flagship newsletter, Personal Finance.
I’ve been watching Tata Motors Ltd. (TTM) over the past few years with increasing interest. As India’s largest carmaker, it stands to benefit from the tenfold projected....More>>>
Chairman, CEO & President of American Assets Trust Inc (NYSE:AAT) Ernest S Rady bought 34,037 shares of AAT on 08/23/2017 at an average price of $40.24 a share. The total cost of this purchase was $1.4 million.
American Assets Trust Inc is a self-administered real estate investment trust based in the United States. The company mainly invests in, operates, and develops retail, office,....More>>>
Investors have been on a constant rollercoaster in Akorn (NASDAQ:AKRX). Just to give you an idea look at the following chart since 2014. Just in the last 14 months we had a trip from the $18 area to $38 back to $18 up to $36 again and down to $18 area. This stock has significant volatility with a Beta of 1.80.
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SAN FRANCISCO Two more Twitter executives flew the nest Tuesday.
Chief Technology Officer Adam Messenger and Josh McFarland, vice president of product, resigned, adding to a growing list of former execs at the micro-blogging service.
Messenger said he decided to leave and “take some time off” in a tweet.
McFarland plans to join venture-capital firm Greylock Ventures....More>>>