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From The Rainforest To The Concrete Jungle! John McAffee Spotted Partying In NYC

Outlaw Internet icon John McAfee was barred from the New York Stock Exchange earlier this month, but RadarOnline.com can reveal that he’s still living the high life in Manhattan: On… READ ON

Bloomberg is taking a shot at the New York Stock Exchange (again)

Bloomberg is taking a shot at the New York Stock Exchange. Again. The financial data giant just filed a letter with the Securities and Exchange Commission, complaining about changes to the fee schedule for some trading data from America's...Show More Summary

Cop Stone Island, Presidents, and TS(S) On the Low at M5’s Sample Sale

M5 is one of New York City’s most elite showrooms, where brands like Stone Island, TS(S), Barena, Herno, and Presidents are housed before buyers from all over the U.S. place their orders to stock the wares on offer on their shelves. Recently, M5 decided to use the time between seasons to transform its top-floor showroom […]

Global stocks drop on geopolitical anxiety; dollar rallies

last weekNews : The Lookout

New York (AFP) - European and US stocks retreated Thursday, the final trading day of the holiday-shortened week, as the US military dropped a massive bomb in Afghanistan targeting an Islamic State complex, adding to geopolitical worries.

Yext finishes the day up 21% as IPO window remains wide open

Yext, the company which helps businesses power their location data, went public on the New York Stock Exchange today. After pricing shares above the expected range at $11, the price rose 21% to $13.29 by the end of the first day of trading. With...Show More Summary

Netshoes bets on innovation to woo international investors

As Latin America's largest sports e-commerce firm debuts on the New York Stock Exchange, it changes its technology strategy to better respond to evolving consumer demands online.

Yext starts trading at $14 per share, up 27% from IPO price

Yext, a 10-year-old enterprise tech business that manages “digital knowledge” — mmmkay! — started trading this morning on the New York Stock Exchange at $14 per share, up by more than 27 percent from its IPO price of $11 per share. The...Show More Summary

Fearless Girl vs Charging Bull: The Legal Fight

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

Image: @Anthony Quintano Under the cover of night after the 1987 stock market crash, artist Arturo Di Modica installed a 7,000-lb sculpture of a bronze "Charging Bull" in front of the New York Stock Exchange as a Christmas gift to the people of New York. Show More Summary

Artist Who Illegally Installed ‘Charging Bull' Is Mad About (Legal) 'Fearless Girl' Statue

``Under the cover of night and without a permit, he installed his massive "Charging Bull" directly before the New York Stock Exchange, a gift New Yorkers loved but New York City initially hated. Authorities removed it, but later reinstalled it under pressure at a small public park in the financial district. In the 18 years since, it has become an institution.''

Shooting An Elephant by George Orwell - online literature

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange just after the crash of 1929. On Black Tuesday, October twenty-ninth, the market collapsed.

Market legend Art Cashin slaps down the myth of the Black Friday stock market crash

There's an old myth that one time when the New York Stock Exchange opened on Good Friday, stocks collapsed in a Black Friday-esque crash. The rumor persists, and it is still often cited as the reason US markets are closed on Good Friday. However,...Show More Summary

What Will the Trump Economy Look Like?

AP Photo/Richard Drew Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.  This article originally appeared at The Huffington Post. Subscribe here. W hen the economy generated over 200,000 new jobs in January and again in February, Donald Trump suddenly decided that he respected the government statistical agencies. Show More Summary

New York Times Claims Tesla’s Best Resource Is Its “Story” — Not Its Cars, Batteries, Solar Roof Products, Self-Driving Tech, Etc…

A recent article from the New York Times put forward the argument that Tesla's primary investor/stock selling point has been its "story," and that its products and services are (and will be?) secondary to that New York Times Claims Tesla’s...Show More Summary

Data Clash Heats Up Between Banks and New York Stock Exchange

Some of Wall Street’s biggest firms are balking at an attempt by the New York Stock Exchange to assert greater control over market data, a spat that highlights the growing importance of Big Data in today’s financial markets.

Elevate Credit pulls off lending IPO

After postponing its IPO last year, Elevate Credit, the venture-backed lending company, went public on the New York Stock Exchange today. Elevate priced at $6.50 per share, closing the day up over 19 percent at $7.76, but this was still well below the expected range of $12 to $14. Show More Summary

For thousands of dollars, Amazon's Jeff Bezos will send you to space for 10 minutes (AMZN)

Jeff Bezos wants to send you to space, but you won't be up there for very long. In a recent report by The New York Times about Bezos selling $1 billion in Amazon stock to finance his Blue Origin space tourism project, the paper described...Show More Summary

The Long Island mansion where the real 'Wolf of Wall Street' once lived and partied can be yours for $3.4 million

Now you can take another look at what life was once like for the real "Wolf of Wall Street." Jordan Belfort's former New York home has come onto the market for just shy of $3.4 million. Belfort is a former stock broker who was played...Show More Summary

Global Equities Up As Crude Oil Rallies; FOMC Minutes On Deck

World stock markets were mostly higher Wednesday as higher raw commodity prices, led by crude oil, supported the shares. U.S. stock indexes are set for narrowly mixed openings when the New York day session begins. The post Global Equities Up As Crude Oil Rallies; FOMC Minutes On Deck was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Hospital stocks fall after talk of health bill revival

2 weeks agoHealth : Reuters: Health

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of U.S. hospital operators dropped on Tuesday as Republicans sought to revive plans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act that has benefited the companies.

Ralph Lauren to cut jobs, close flagship Fifth Avenue Polo store

April 4 (Reuters) - Ralph Lauren Corp said on Tuesday it would cut jobs and shut its flagship Polo store on Fifth Avenue in New York City, among other office and store locations, as part of a cost-cutting plan. STOCK PRICE FOR RL Full price information Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

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