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Toshiba and Western Digital Should Gain From Burying the Hatchet
Settling a dispute over the planned sale of Toshiba’s memory-chip business will give both companies more firepower to invest as industry competition intensifies.

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 09:53:41 EST


The Fed Versus Tax Cuts
The Republican tax plan has been driving the market. The Federal Reserve could be next behind the wheel.

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 09:38:47 EST


Europe's Healing Starts and Ends With Greece
Greece, the place where Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis first emerged, finally looks like it could escape its bailout years. Yield-hungry bond investors are smartly going along for the ride.

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 07:55:51 EST


Bet on UniCredit for Europe's Banking Recovery
The threat of higher capital charges isn’t over for European banks, but UniCredit, Italy’s biggest lender, can take this in its stride.

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 07:27:07 EST


Qualcomm Can Dig a Little Deeper for NXP
As Qualcomm waits for its NXP deal to get regulatory approval, activist investor Elliott Management has said the chip maker is worth more.

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:11:54 EST


Another Sign of Frothy Markets: Blank-Check Boom
Would you invest in a company that couldn’t tell you what its business was going to be? Some would, in fact they are doing so in record amounts.

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:00:14 EST
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A Bull Market Should Make Investors Happy. This One Isn’t.
Markets are breaking one record after another, but many investors are on the sidelines. The anxiety is a contrast to the euphoria of other bull markets.




After 20 Years of Financial Turmoil, a Columnist’s Last Shot
Scandals, crises and misdeeds have shaped the last two decades, along with market gyrations. Some episodes have brought positive change. But not all.




Casting Wall Street as Victim, Trump Leads Deregulatory Charge
A decade after the financial crisis, bank regulators are starting to ease up and lawmakers are considering paring back on restrictions.




Company Markets Itself to the Newly Divorced With a Ring to Sell
Worthy, which auctions used jewelry on its website, hopes to attract women with a message that the cash can set them on the road to personal freedom.




Markets Pass Another Milestone, as Investors Remain Fearless
The latest landmark — Dow 24,000 — reflects optimism about rising profits and lower taxes, and a seeming imperviousness to unsettling news.




Snapchat User Growth Disappoints in Another Down Quarter
The latest financial results for the messaging and media company Snap included higher costs and a net loss more than triple that of a year ago.