Column: No real fight facing Fed so far
Far from fighting the Federal Reserve, bond markets have in many ways been remarkably well behaved and are acting right on cue. What's not for the Fed to like?
Goldman holds top rank in activism defense, Spotlight takes No. 2 spot
Goldman Sachs ranked as the top financial adviser to companies targeted by activist investors in 2020, holding onto the top ranking for the second straight year, according to Refinitiv data published on Monday.
Wall Street VIX 'fear gauge' slips to fresh pandemic low
The Cboe Volatility Index, known as Wall Street's "fear gauge," slipped to a fresh COVID-19 pandemic low on Tuesday, as U.S. stocks soared to new highs on expectations that fiscal stimulus and signs of progress in a countrywide vaccination drive will spur a broader economic rebound.
Tegna's shareholder Standard General calls for investigation into 'racially insensitive' incident
Tegna Inc shareholder Standard General LP has called for an investigation into a "racially insensitive" incident involving Chief Executive Dave Lougee and a Black executive, who this year became a candidate for the broadcast company's board. Lougee last week apologized for having mistaken the executive, Adonis Hoffman, for a hotel car valet in 2014, after Hoffman withdrew his candidacy, citing conflict of interest and the incident involving Tegna's CEO.
Indaba Capital nominates two for Benefitfocus board, company seats one
Hedge fund Indaba Capital said on Tuesday it had nominated two directors to Benefitfocus Inc's board, and the software company responded a few hours later, saying it had named a veteran human resources executive as a new independent director.
Analysis: Wealth managers frustrated over bitcoin, anxious for piece of the action
The rollercoster ride in bitcoin since the start of the year has not dampened wealth manager Jim Paulsen's enthusiasm for the cryptocurrency.
Column: The corporate Taxman cometh - Mike Dolan
Global investors are obsessing about borrowing costs, discount rates and inflation risks as the world emerges from the shocking pandemic - but they are also starting to pore over coming corporate tax hikes that could reverse a decades-long decline.
Credit Suisse winds down $10 billion Greensill-linked funds
Credit Suisse said on Friday it is winding down its $10 billion supply chain finance funds, which were mostly invested in notes backed by speciality finance firm Greensill.
U.S stock funds post $3.3 billion weekly outflow: Lipper
U.S.-based stock funds in the week ended Wednesday posted $3.3 billion outflows, according to Lipper.
Presidential Material: Life Lessons with Bellamy Young
The United States may not have had a woman president quite yet, but on TV it certainly has. One of those was Mellie Grant, the character played by Bellamy Young on the Shonda Rhimes hit “Scandal” before it ended last year.