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When publicly traded companies earn money, they often let investors share those profits by distributing dividends -- paying them a set amount of money for each share of its stock they own.
Companies have several options for raising capital, but a popular route is issuing stock to the public.
IBM recently announced that Watson, its cognitive computing system, will undergo cybersecurity training at eight universities during a year-long research project starting this fall.
Stocks stayed in moderately negative territory through most of Tuesday's trading session before dropping in the afternoon hours.
Investing in the airline industry with proper diversification isn't as simple as you might assume.
It's a busy world, and it's easy to miss important developments and information regarding stocks in your portfolio.
Kenworth T680 Advantage is among PACCAR's most fuel-efficient trucks.
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Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is the leading cause of vision loss for adults age 50 or older.Patients who develop this condition gradually lose the center of their field of vision, which often leads to a huge decrease in the quality of life.
Image source: Myriad Genetics.
Stock prices fall for a variety of reasons, and sometimes that can be a warning to stay away.
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David Einhorn, Ray Dalio, and Bill Ackman may not be household names, but ask any hedge fund manager who the most influential portfolio managers are of our time, and they're likely to be on the list.
General Electric stock is evolving.
Oil futures rose in electronic trading Tuesday after the American Petroleum Institute reported that U.S. crude supplies fell by 1.1 million barrels for the week ended May 13, according to sources who reviewed the report.
The board of directors of JPMorgan Chase & Co. increased the company's dividend to 48 cents a share from 44 cents a share, it said in a statement Tuesday.