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  1. Alphabet Stock Climbs on Morgan Stanley Upgrade ...

    Alphabet stock reached a high of $743.81 after some bullish comments by Morgan Stanley ...
  2. Global Manufacturing: 4 Key Industry Players ...

    Discover manufacturing companies that are global key industry players based on annual ...
  3. GE Q1 Earnings Beat, Boosted by Industrial Growth ...

    The shares are down about 1.5% on the Q1 results, suggesting investors were hoping ...
  4. ITT Corporation: An Activist Investment Analysis ...

    Take a detailed look at activist Relational Investors' involvement in the breakup ...
  5. GE's Jeffrey Immelt $33 Million in 2015

    General Electric saw a dramatic changeover in 2015 from a bloated conglomerate to ...
  6. This Is What Charles Koch's Portfolio Looks Like ...

    Read about the business portfolio of Charles Koch, billionaire owner and chairman ...
  1. Alphabet Stock Climbs on Morgan Stanley Upgrade ...

    Alphabet stock reached a high of $743.81 after some bullish comments by Morgan Stanley ...
  2. Alphabet's Identity Crisis Weighing on Shares

    Alphabet is unlikely to break out or break down from its narrow consolidation pattern ...
  3. Global Manufacturing: 4 Key Industry Players ...

    Discover manufacturing companies that are global key industry players based on annual ...
  4. GE Q1 Earnings Beat, Boosted by Industrial Growth ...

    The shares are down about 1.5% on the Q1 results, suggesting investors were hoping ...
  5. ITT Corporation: An Activist Investment Analysis ...

    Take a detailed look at activist Relational Investors' involvement in the breakup ...
  6. GE's Jeffrey Immelt $33 Million in 2015

    General Electric saw a dramatic changeover in 2015 from a bloated conglomerate to ...
  1. Charles Koch Biography

    Charles de Ganahl Koch is the CEO and co-owner of Koch Industries, an oil and industrial ...
  1. What is the difference between a green field and a brown field investment?

    Read about the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing green field or brown field investments in the foreign direct investment, ...
  2. Why is the 1982 AT&T breakup considered one of the most successful spinoffs in history?

    AT&T had a history reaching back to 1885 and, as a government-supported monopoly, was a highly profitable company. Colloquially ...
  3. What are the differences between affiliate, associate and subsidiary companies?

    All three of these terms refer to the degree of ownership that a parent company holds in another company. In most cases, ...
  4. How do businesses decide whether to do FDI via green field investments or acquisitions?

    When businesses decide to expand their operations to another country, one of the more important dilemmas they can face is ...
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