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When Apple suffers, the pain is spread around

by Andy Uhler Nov 19, 2018
Shares of Apple took a hit Monday, declining 4 percent after the Wall Street Journal reported Apple has cut production orders in recent weeks for all three iPhone models launched earlier this year. When Apple runs into trouble, it tends to…

Stock buybacks are crazy right now. Here’s why.

by Andy Uhler Apr 18, 2018
Goldman Sachs reported sharply higher profit this week, and yet its shares fell after Goldman said it wouldn’t be buying back stocks in the second quarter. In this respect, Goldman is an outlier. After the corporate tax rate dropped this…

Chipotle looks for a new CEO

by Aaron Schrank Nov 29, 2017
Fast-casual restaurant chain Chipotle, set up in 1993, has struggled after a number of food safety scandals. An E. coli scandal at one of its stores a couple of years ago also hit its shares. As company founder and CEO…

Oh Snap! Shares drop 25 percent after disappointing results

by Jana Kasperkevic May 10, 2017
Snapchat's parent company dropped back to its IPO price of $17 a share.
Uh-oh. Wall Street was not impressed with Snap's first earnings report.
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A focus on shareholder value for long-term shareholders

by Scott Tong Aug 17, 2016
J.M. Smucker rewards long-term shareholders with greater voting rights
Companies like jam-maker J.M. Smucker have used a tenure stock-voting structure to reward long-term investors for holding on to their stock.
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Why Facebook created a new kind of stock

by , and Apr 28, 2016
The company's new C class shares means more control, and it's not the only company to use a tiered system.
Facebook will create a new class of share to sell to investors shares that don't give investors voting power. 
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The stock market freaks out ... but you don't have to

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 24, 2015
Listeners are handling the chaos a whole lot better than the media, ahem.

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Energy companies lose $1.3 trillion amid oil crash

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 6, 2015
A number so big, it almost seems like it doesn't mean anything.
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What exactly is a hedge fund, again?

by Paddy Hirsch Aug 5, 2015
Refresh your memory and consider this: Most don't do well after going public.
Paddy Hirsch talks hedge funds. 
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Post cigarettes, CVS looks to grow as a health company

by Dan Weissmann Aug 4, 2015
The company bought a pharmacy supplier and took over drugs for Target.