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Chevron Corp. is in advanced talks to sell most of its downstream assets in Egypt and Pakistan in a sale that could be valued at around $300 million, the Reuters news agency said Tuesday on its website, citing three unnamed banking sources. Comment?
Bank of Spain inspectors have detected that the banking sector is hiding part of their clients' real nonperforming loans by refinancing them once and again, reports El Mundo in its Wednesday Internet edition. Comment?
Japan's trade deficit widened sharply in April, as export growth was tepid while imports surged, according to Finance Ministry data released Wednesday. Comment?
Japanese stocks extended gains early Wednesday, with exporters spurred after two Federal Reserve members suggested the central bank wasn't close to slowing monetary stimulus in the U.S. The Nikkei Stock Average , which ended at multiyear highs in each of the last three trading sessions, climbed a further 1% to 15,526.68, while the broader Topix ... (more) Comment?
Australian stocks rose Wednesday, with mining issues continuing to recover from recent weakness that stemmed in part from concerns about slowing in China. Comment?
It's getting a lot of attention, but some analysts say Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr may not be the traffic boost Yahoo needs. Comment?
Rafferty Capital Markets' Dick Bove on J.P. Morgan shareholders voting down the measure to split the CEO and Chairman roles at the bank. Comment?
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, (D-NY), argues the Chairman and CEO positions should be split at firms such as J.P. Morgan. Comment?
Psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow on a study on sending text messages to those with depression to remind them to take their medication. Comment?
Charity Navigator CEO Ken Berger on how to vet charities to ensure the money you donate gets to the right place. Comment?
Pento Portfolio Strategies President Michael Pento and JHS Capital Advisors' Matt Miller debate whether there is a bubble in the bond market. Comment?
The economic news is mixed, and corporate profits are so-so. Housing is mixed, and so are reports of consumer spending. Comment?
The owner of Saks Fifth Avenue, whose flagship store in Manhattan could be worth more than $1 billion alone, hired Goldman Sachs in recent weeks, according to the NY Post . Comment?
Major U.S. stock indexes continue climbing further into bubble territory as investors ignore weak economic news and count on the Federal Reserve to keep the money spigots open. Comment?
The broad market was up for a 19th consecutive Tuesday. The previous record of market increases was 15 consecutive Tuesdays, set in 1927, two years before the market crash of 1929. Comment?
Actavis Inc.'s $8.5 billion deal for specialty pharmaceutical company Warner Chilcott plc will serve to enhance the New Jersey drugmaker's revenue mix and balance sheet, and heighten its profile for future dealmaking, executives said on a conference call Monday. Comment?
The spectacle on Capitol Hill Tuesday highlights, first and foremost, what's wrong with our country and, secondarily, what's wrong with Apple Second point first. Comment?
"Mad Money" Research Director Nicole Urken sat down with TheStreet's Jim Cramer to discuss the recent weakness in the airline sector. Comment?
Cramer noted the company "finally did the blowout quarter that people have been waiting for and people suddenly love it." MDT felt the love, up 4.9% to $52.35. was downgraded by Sterne Agee. Comment?
Alaska Communications and General Communication, Inc. are working toward merging their infrastructure as the Alaska Wireless Network, a deal meant to better position both companies when Verizon Wireless enters the Alaska market. Comment?