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  1. How Banning Buybacks Would Help the Economy

    Stock buybacks are popular, but they're not helping the economy. Here's what would ...
  2. Weighing the Pros of Stock Buybacks vs. the Cons

    In recent years, the value of stock buybacks has come into question. Here we break ...
  3. The Economics Behind Marathons

    Marathons are growing in popularity at a record pace. Entry into these events commands ...
  4. Hybrid Business: Rise of Nonprofits in Private ...

    Businesses are embracing a mutually beneficial partnership wherein the ideals of ...
  5. Are Stock Buybacks Always Good for Shareholders?

    Stock buyback programs aren't always done with the interests of shareholders in mind. ...
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    These sites can help you get the flights and destinations you desire – and sometimes, ...
  1. How MasterCard Pulled Off a Buyback

    Stock buyback refers to publicly traded companies buying back their shares from shareholders. ...
  2. The Economics Behind Marathons

    Marathons are growing in popularity at a record pace. Entry into these events commands ...
  3. Are Stock Buybacks Always Good for Shareholders?

    Stock buyback programs aren't always done with the interests of shareholders in mind. ...
  4. The Innovation Powering Honda's Sexy New Jet

    Honda is entering aviation with the HondaJet. Here's a quick introduction to its ...
  5. Apple’s New Business: Bonds

    Apple and Oracle are using their massive cash piles to buy up corporate debt. With ...
  6. 5 Reasons Sirius XM Haters Are Gone

    Bears continue to clear out of Sirius XM Holdings. There were fewer than 146 million ...
  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. What does it mean when advertisers say that "financing is available"? Should I trust ...

    When an advertisement says "financing", it means that the seller is going to give you a loan on an item that you purchase. ...
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    An investment that is considered socially responsible because of the nature of the business the company conducts. Common ...
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