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  1. Broadcom Price Targets Hiked After Brocade Deal

    November 21, 2017
    BMO expects Brocade to add $1.4B in annual revenue, while RBC says the deal removes uncertainty.
  2. Retailers Take on Amazon for Black Friday

    November 21, 2017
    Retailers start holiday sales early and emphasize 'exclusive items' not available on Amazon in order to boost sales ahead ...
  3. Opinion: Meg Whitman's Good Management of Bad Business Ends

    November 21, 2017
    Meg Whitman’s good management of a bad business is coming to an end in February. The one-time eBay chief took over Hewlett-Packard ...
  4. -GNC Mulling Shorter Maturity for Struggling Loan: Sources

    November 21, 2017
    (Updates headline)
  5. Akzo Nobel Merger Talks With Axalta Fail

    November 21, 2017
    Dutch paint maker Akzo Nobel and U.S. peer Axalta said they had ended exploratory talks on a potential merger after they ...
  6. Citi Hit With $6.5 Mln in U.S. Fines Over Student Loans

    November 21, 2017
    The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) said on Tuesday it had ordered Citibank to pay $6.5 million for allegedly ...
  1. How Trump Might Affect Net Neutrality

    The internet industry is scrambling to figure out what implications Trump's presidency have on open internet rules.
  2. Car Shopping: New Or Used?

    Don't get taken for a ride. Learn the pros and cons before the salesperson makes a pitch.
  3. Mortgage Points: What's the Point?

    Learn how to pay less for your home in the long run, or save in the short run.
  4. 7 Outstanding Female Investors

    Here are seven women who outperform their male counterparts in the business world.
  5. Getting a Loan Without Your Parents

    Use these five things to finance your dreams without banking on a second signature.
  6. The Top Three Credit Bureaus

    A discussion of the top three credit bureaus: what they do, how they develop your credit score – and why the credit scores ...
  1. Paper Money

    The physical notes or currency of a country that is used as a medium of exchange is known as paper money.
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  3. Government Purchases

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  4. Gross Profit

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  5. Chair Of The Board - COB

    Chair of the board (COB) is the most powerful member on the board of directors who provides leadership to the firm's officers ...
  6. Discount Window

    Discount window is a central bank lending facility meant to help banks manage short-term liquidity needs.
  1. Retailers Take on Amazon for Black Friday

    Retailers start holiday sales early and emphasize 'exclusive items' not available on Amazon in order to boost sales ahead ...
  2. Opinion: Meg Whitman's Good Management of Bad Business Ends

    Meg Whitman’s good management of a bad business is coming to an end in February. The one-time eBay chief took over Hewlett-Packard ...
  3. Salesforce, Hewlett Packard Slip Post-Earnings

    Salesforce.com CRM topped expectations in its fiscal Q3 2018 earnings report, bringing in 39 cents per share -- a 2-cent ...
  4. Quality Dividend ETFs to Tackle Uncertainty

    U.S. equity markets are going through a rough patch. There is a lot of political uncertainty as markets predict the odds ...
  5. -GNC Mulling Shorter Maturity for Struggling Loan: Sources

    (Updates headline)
  6. Akzo Nobel Merger Talks With Axalta Fail

    Dutch paint maker Akzo Nobel and U.S. peer Axalta said they had ended exploratory talks on a potential merger after they ...
  1. The Federal Reserve

    As an investor, it's important to understand exactly what the Fed does and how it influences the economy.
  2. A Guide To Financial Careers

    Take a look at all of the jobs available in the finance sector, and the education and experience you need to get them.
  3. The Complete Guide to Becoming a Landlord

    Being a landlord can be a fulfilling and financially rewarding experience. However, the decision to become a landlord should ...
  4. Advanced Bond Concepts

    Learn the complex concepts and calculations for trading bonds including bond pricing, yield, term structure of interest rates ...
  5. The Complete Guide to Buying a New Car

    Here's everything you need to know about buying a new car.
  6. ‘Retired’ Too Soon? How to Reenter the Workforce After 50

    Here's what you need to know to survive financially and reenter the workforce when you're over 50 and a layoff has forced ...
  1. Why Do Most of My Mortgage Payments Start Out as Interest?

    Fear not: Over the life of the mortgage, the portions of interest to principal will change.
  2. What is the difference between secured and unsecured debts?

    The differences between secured and unsecured debt, and how banks buffer risks associated with each type of loan through ...
  3. How Many Times has Warren Buffett Been Married?

    Warren Buffett has been married twice in his life, but the circumstances surrounding the marriages were unconventional.
  4. What's the smallest number of shares of stock that I can buy?

    Many people would say the smallest number of shares an investor can purchase is one, but the real answer is not as straightforward. ...
  5. What is an economic moat?

    An economic moat refers to a company's ability to maintain competitive advantages to protect its long-term profits and market ...
  6. What's the most expensive stock of all time?

    The most expensive publicly traded stock of all time is Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
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