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  • Bonds are quietly outperforming stocks

    Bonds are quietly outperforming stocks
    Stock prices are near all-time highs, but the real place to be this year is the bond market. To the surprise of many on Wall Street, the long-underestimated fixed-income market is quietly outperforming its equity counterpart. Many investors expected...
  • Chinese Online Video Firm iQiyi Seeks IPO

    HONG KONG - iQiyi, the Chinese online video service, will seek a stock market listing within the next three years, according to reports. The company is currently a unit of Baidu, the NASDAQ-listed Chinese search engine giant, having been founded in...
  • China's Enlight Media Makes Games Acquisition

    HONG KONG -- Beijing Enlight Media, the Chinese production and distribution company behind last year's "Lost In Thailand" (pictured) sensation, is to buy a stake in privately held Guangzhou Xianhai Internet Technology, an online games developer....
  • Office Depot closing a quarter of its stores

    Office Depot closing a quarter of its stores
    Office Depot Inc. said it will close at least 400 U.S. stores to reduce overlap with OfficeMax, which it acquired last year, and better compete with e-retailers, mass market chains and drugstores. Shares of Office Depot, which also reported better-than-...
  • CBOE chief says fewer 'dark' trades would benefit markets

    CBOE chief says fewer 'dark' trades would benefit markets
    The quality of U.S. stock markets will improve if regulators limit trading that happens outside of exchanges, the head of CBOE Holdings Inc said on Tuesday after the company reported higher-than-expected quarterly earnings. The comments from CEO Ed...
  • Chinese Internet giant Alibaba files to sell stock in the U.S.

    Chinese Internet behemoth Alibaba has filed to sell shares in the U.S., the first step in what is expected to be one of the biggest initial public offerings ever. The company, bigger than Amazon.com Inc. and EBay Inc. combined, said it was raising $1...
  • Yellen upbeat about growth in coming quarter

    Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen painted a mostly upbeat picture of the economy emerging from a weather-induced winter slowdown but gave no hints of when the central bank might start raising rock-bottom interest rates. In Capitol Hill...
  • The heroic women of Nigeria are standing up to Boko Haram

    Weeks after the abduction of more than 300 Nigerian schoolgirls taken in a case of mass sex trafficking, the global media finally took note of the crime. Why the shift? Because of the bravery of Nigerian women, who took to the streets to demand that the...
  • Dov Charney said he wants shake-up of American Apparel board

    Dov Charney said he wants shake-up of American Apparel board
    Ousted Chief Executive Dov Charney said he plans to talk to American Apparel about a shake-up of the company's board and management as he "vigorously" contests his termination. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Charney said Monday...
  • Supreme Court trims, rather than gutting, investor class actions

    Ruling on Halliburton Co.'s appeal in a securities law case, the Supreme Court on Monday made it a bit harder for investors — including just about every American with a 401(k) — to recover the share value they lost when a public company's...
  • Tribune Publishing targets Aug. 4 for spinoff

    Tribune Publishing targets Aug. 4 for spinoff
    Tribune Publishing has set Aug. 4 as the target date for spinning off from Tribune Co., according to sources familiar with the situation. The spinoff date was included in a presentation for lenders conducted by Tribune Publishing June 17 in New York,...