Shares of Lions Gate, the movie studio behind "The Hunger Games" and "Twilight" movies, are surging after a strong earnings report.
Despite indications of a lower Friday open, markets are poised to end the month higher.
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The regulations meant to strengthen our big banks may be leaving the U.S. with more troubled small banks.
Choppy trading continued Friday in Tokyo as the Nikkei shrugged off yesterday's steep decline, rising 2% in early trading.
Shares are up 30% so far this year. Microsoft is still a great stock for income-hungry investors with a dividend that yields 2.7%.
Can a new crop of private equity candidates avoid Mitt Romney's mistakes? It may be harder than it looks.
Investors worried about the market gyrations and rising bond yields are once again favoring gold.
Todd Morgenfeld has worked for 8 months on Silver Lake's buyout offer for Dell. Now he's joining the PC maker's chief rival.
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Shareholders announce they have the votes to move forward with plans to take the iconic Empire State Building public.
Now that Switzerland has agreed to cooperate with a broad U.S. tax evasion probe, thousands of wealthy American account holders may soon be exposed to the IRS.
There are signs that Spain's economy isn't performing as well as Spain's government is saying. If it's true, it's bad news for the EU.