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Oregon Obamacare Rollout "Incompetent" and "Atrocious"

Oregon's has filed a lawsuit against Oracle over Oracle's failed Obamacare healthcare insurance exchange.

Guess: Challenges Ahead As The Financial Position Provides Comfort

By The Value Investor: Unlike many other (teen) retailers, shares of Guess (NYSE:GES) did not manage to benefit from a strong momentum in shares for retailers in the month of August. Worse, management anticipates things will not get any better anytime soon, lowering the full year revenue and earnings guidance quite aggressively. Show More Summary

Abercrombie & Fitch Says "No No" to Its Logo

The retail apparel company seems to be suffering an identity crisis. Is Finally Ready to Create Big-Time Profits, Without Hurting the Consumer’s Wallet has been criticized for its lack of profits, but a new ad platform could help the company address this issue.

Is China Seriously Beating the U.S. in the Shift Toward Natural Gas?

Despite its stigma as a highly polluted country, China is aggressively transitioning toward cleaner-burning natural gas.

Understanding Piketty, Part 4

By The Angry Bear: By Kenneth Thomas We now come to the exciting conclusion of Thomas Piketty's monumental work, Capital in the Twenty-First Century. This is not an exaggeration: the final part of the book contains findings that I consider to be simply bombshells in their significance. Show More Summary

Credit Card Offers: Which Should You Accept?

Not all credit card offers are for the garbage, but you need to pay attention to what matters most to you

Why Alcoa Inc. Stock Has Skyrocketed 57% in 2014

The aluminum giant's prospects are looking up, but conservative investors fear the stock has gotten ahead of the company's fundamentals.

Review: Patrick O'Shaughnessy's Millennial Money

By Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA: Note to Baby Boomers with adult children: This book review is for you. Buy a copy for your Millennial children and encourage them to read it. Getting started early will make an incredible difference over the course of their lives. Show More Summary

iPad Pro: Apple, Inc.'s Response to Slowing Tablet Sales?

Apple is looking for a way to rekindle growth in its iPad segment. Could an iPad Pro be the answer?

Crude Oil in America: How Much Do We Really Have and How Long Will It Last?

Despite a sharp increase in U.S. crude oil reserves, we may not have as much oil as some believe.

3 Reasons Newfield Exploration's Stock Could Fall

Newfield Exploration has made big and largely successful changes over the last few years, but that doesn't mean it's immune to the oil and gas industry's normal ebb and flow.

Natural Gas: Will The Haynesville Resurrect?

By Richard Zeits: The rig count in the Haynesville Shale has recently crossed over 20, which, in my estimate, may correspond to an inflection point in the field's production. Based on guidance from key operators, moderate growth in the field's natural gas volumes is likely to resume at the end of this quarter. Show More Summary

Russian Gas Won't Sate China's Massive Energy Appetite

Russia is scheduled to start sending China natural gas in 2018, but it's a drop in the bucket compared to the amount that China will need.

3 Simple Ways to Invest Like George Soros

George Soros is one of the most successful investors of all time. Here are three easy ways to follow in his footsteps.

Why NetApp Stock Is A Good Investment Opportunity

By Arie Goren: NetApp (NASDAQ:NTAP) stock has significantly underperformed the market in the last years. However, considering its compelling valuation metrics and strong earnings growth prospects, it is now an opportunity to buy a good stock at a cheap price. Show More Summary

The Big African Sukuk Boom: Why South Africa Matters

By Sean Dalton: Earlier this week, the South African Treasury made major news with the announcement that they intend to issue $500M USD worth of Islamic Sukuks. The growth of Islamic Finance has been huge over the last few years, with...Show More Summary

Why a $100 Price Cut Can’t Save Microsoft Corporation’s Surface 2

Microsoft just cut the price on all three Surface 2 models by $100. Is this a desperate bid to grow RT’s market share, or a prelude to axing the product?

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