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Not that it matters much, since the CEO doesn't cash his checks.
California, New York and New Jersey are pitching ideas to protect residents' tax deductions.
Brand-name hedge-fund activists underperformed not only their peers but the rest of the hedge-fund industry and the market as a whole.
McDonald's franchisees say they felt pressured to adopt the brand's new initiatives or face the wrath of the company.
Americans could see higher washing machines prices thanks to President Trump's tariffs on imports, said Goldman Sachs.
Disney announced Tuesday it will pay over 125,000 employees a one-time cash bonus of $1,000.
The full interview with Jeffrey Currie.
Johnson & Johnson took hit from the new tax law but will see a lower effective rate because of the changes.
Health experts concluded that e-cigarettes containing nicotine can be addictive and may put teenagers at risk of switching to smoking, NY Times reports.
Johnson & Johnson shares slipped Tuesday after the company clarified its forecast for the year.
Global economic growth will be the big driver in commodities and bonds, according to a manager at DoubleLine.
A report from the Center on Longevity aims to help you decide when and how to retire.
39 percent of respondents blame Democrats for the government shutdown, while 38 percent blame President Donald Trump.
Benioff criticized social media and touched on tech's cultural climate in Davos, the site of the World Economic Forum.
At Davos 2018, CEOs are more optimistic about the economy, but they need to spread the wealth, says Bart van Ark.
UBS gives its favorite stock picks for this year.
The politicians urged the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook to conduct their own examination.
The declining birth rate in the U.S. is hurting some of the country's biggest consumer companies.
Hint: Be very scared of the robots, says Musk.
To keep things civil, Collins came up with the strategy of using a "talking stick," Vox reports.