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Blue Apron Names New CEO In Hopes Of Turnaround, Shares Rise

The struggling meal-kit delivery company is hoping to turn things around as investors pound the stock.

Equifax CEO Out After Massive Security Hack, Shares Fall 2%

Equifax is looking for a new CEO after Richard Smither announced his sudden retirement effective immediately.

America’s Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors: Millennials Who Survived 2008 Are Now Managing Billions

These millennial financial advisors started their career at the worst time but are now the future of wealth management.

How This Millennial Survived A Mass Firing & The Financial Crisis To Build A $500M Firm

Meghan Railey launched her career just as the financial crisis was taking hold. She managed to build a successful business anyway.

Marriott CEO On Plans For Sheraton Hotels, SPG Members & Why 30 Brands Are Not Enough

Arne Sorenson says a single loyalty program is on the way, and why the travel ban is bad for business.

World’s Biggest Hotels 2017: Marriott Leads The Pack, Hilton Falls

  It was a good year for the hotel industry as occupancy levels hit record highs in 2016. The big news of the year was Marriott’s mega acquisition of rival Starwood. The multi billion dollar deal gave Marriott a clear advantage on many key fronts. The result puts the Bethesda, MD hotel manager at the top […]

America’s Top Women Advisors 2017: 200 Women Managing Over $200 Billion

These two hundred female financial advisors from coast to coast manage a combined $210 billion dollars on behalf of wealthy individuals and families.

With Trump Deregulation Order, Is Dodd-Frank A Goner?

Parts of Dodd-Frank may be removed as Trump's executive order pushes to remove regulation.

Hotel Science: How Marriott & Starwood Hotels Choose Your Room Amenities

Selecting hotel room amenities is an extensive process that can take months to complete.

Legg Mason’s Acquisition Fills A Major Gap, But A Bigger Problem Still Looms

While CEO Joe Sullivan has delivered on his promise to acquire a non-US equity manager, there is still room to question today's deal.

BofA Merrill Lynch Leads The Brokerage War With $2T

Bank earnings season isn't done yet but Bank of America Merill Lynch is winning the brokerage race so far.

Profits Sink At BofA As Litigation Eats Into Results

Bank of America said income and revenue fell in the second quarter as expenses related to legal issues continued.

JPMorgan Chase Profit Drops In Slow 2Q

said net income fell in the second quarter to $6 billion. The nation’s largest bank reported second quarter earnings were down from last year as net income fell $500 million from last year. Earnings per share were $1.46 on revenue of $25.3. The good news is JPM beat Street estimates of $5.4 billion in net [...]

Why Is The Shipping Industry Underwater?

Investors should expect to see more shipping industry restructurings.

Bill Miller’s Favorite Stocks, And Ones He’s Avoiding

Bill Miller's $2 billion Legg Mason Opportunity Trust mid-cap fund was up 68% last year, more than double the broader market. What does he like in the second half?

BNP Is Just Fine After $9B Penalty. Are Billion Dollar Settlements Effective?

BNP Paribas is the latest big bank hit with a massive multi-billion dollar penalty, but you wouldn't know it looking at the stock.

Atlantic City’s Showboat Casino Will Close In August: Caesars

Atlantic City's struggles continue as casino operator Caesar's Entertainment announced it will close its Showboat casino later this summer.

More Trouble For Barclays As NY AG Preps Suit Over Dark Pool

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is said to be preparing a lawsuit against the British bank over improper use of its dark pool.

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