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  1. From Shampoo to Soup, Unilever Has it Covered ...

    Open your fridge, your pantry, your bathroom cabinet and you'll find the Unilever ...
  2. How to Attend Berkshire Hathaway's Annual Meeting ...

    An overview of what is required to go to the Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting.
  3. 6 Wholly Owned Subsidiaries of Berkshire Hathaway ...

    A look at some of the more than 50 privately held companies completely owned by Berkshire ...
  4. How Disney (DIS) Continues to Deliver

    The Walt Disney Co. is only an animation studio in the same way that Johnson & Johnson ...
  5. General Electric Stock: A Dividend Analysis

    Read a detailed analysis of the dividend policy of General Electric Company, and ...
  6. What's Behind GE's $32 Billion Deal With Wells ...

    GE is a 123-year-old blue chip mainstay, with some radical plans for the future--as ...
  1. From Shampoo to Soup, Unilever Has it Covered ...

    Open your fridge, your pantry, your bathroom cabinet and you'll find the Unilever ...
  2. 3M Beats Q4 Profit Estimates: Tale of the Tape

    Despite the earnings beat, these results likely won't move the needle that drastically ...
  3. GE's Q4 Results Disappoint, but Patience Is Needed

    Patience is still the best way to play GE, especially with its plans to return $26 ...
  4. GE Sells Its Home Appliances Business to China's ...

    On Friday, General Electrics (GE) announced to sell off their home appliances business ...
  5. How to Attend Berkshire Hathaway's Annual Meeting ...

    An overview of what is required to go to the Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting.
  6. General Electric Shares Hit 7 Year High

    On Wednesday, shares of General Electric Co. closed at $30.98, its highest level ...
  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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