Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook had a 'good' second quarter. That's a massive understatement. The company is firing on all cylinders and the stock is soaring. Even Janet Yellen might approve.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella continues to impress Wall Street with his new cloud strategy and investors are excited about new Apple products. Apple's $164.5 billion in cash doesn't hurt either.
Where does Bill Ackman draw the line between responsibility to his investors and his personal dispute with nutritional supplement company Herbalife?
Despite the mountains of evidence that Bill Ackman presented against Herbalife and its distributors, regulators haven't made much more than a peep about investigating the company.
It was an investor that helped reform for-profit colleges in the United States. Bill Ackman says Herbalife is a 'for-profit education scam for really poor people.'
Activist investor Bill Ackman made a 3 hour presentation slamming Herbalife and its practices. He boils down the argument for Cristina Alesci.
Bill Ackman says 'the rewards are probably not great enough to justify the time and the energy' battling over Herbalife. Does it feel like Wall Street vs. Bill Ackman?
A lot of people hate their cable company and talk about cutting the cord. But are they just ditching video and still using broadband access to watch Netflix? It looks that way from Comcast earnings.
A Florida jury wants R.J. Reynolds to pay more than$23.5 billion in damages to a widow of a smoker. That number will likely be reduced. But it highlights a risk for cigarette companies just as Reynolds and Lorillard look to merge.