List/Grid Monthly Archives: February 2017

Hedge funds are cutting their fees: surveys

Hedge funds are cutting their fees: surveys

BOSTON Investors disappointed by hedge funds’ poor returns and managers eager to pull in fresh money are seeing eye to eye: the industry’s once-hefty fees are being rolled back. Two… Read more »

Brokerages' race to zero fees points to a bigger war to come

Brokerages' race to zero fees points to a bigger war to come

A sign marks a Fidelity Investments office in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo NEW YORK/BOSTON Fidelity Investments Inc and Charles Schwab Corp made moves in quick… Read more »

Volatility, inflation risk are compelling investments in '17: Pimco

Volatility, inflation risk are compelling investments in '17: Pimco

FILE PHOTO: A police officer keeps watch in front of the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC, U.S., October 12, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque NEW YORK Risks of both rising… Read more »

ETF Focus: Should Wall Street let God guide stock-market investments?

ETF Focus: Should Wall Street let God guide stock-market investments?

The latest entrant to the exchange-traded fund universe takes its cues from the Good Book as much as the balance sheet, excluding companies that “do not align with biblical values,”… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: White House says Trump condemns Kansas shooting targeting immigrants

The Wall Street Journal: White House says Trump condemns Kansas shooting targeting immigrants

The White House said President Donald Trump condemns “in the strongest terms” a Kansas triple shooting that left an Indian national dead and wounded two other men, saying that the… Read more »

Bernie Sanders has some new allies in fight to bring Canadian drugs to the U.S.

Bernie Sanders has some new allies in fight to bring Canadian drugs to the U.S.

A previous version of this article stated that Tuesday’s bill was the same as one voted on in mid-January. This article has been clarified to reflect that although the two… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Samsung’s de-facto leader Lee Jae-Yong charged with bribery

The Wall Street Journal: Samsung’s de-facto leader Lee Jae-Yong charged with bribery

SEOUL — South Korean prosecutors indicted Samsung’s de facto leader Lee Jae-yong on charges of bribery and four other offenses, setting in motion legal proceedings that could put the tycoon… Read more »

From the Oscars to the Oval Office, tweeting and texting at work is catching flak

From the Oscars to the Oval Office, tweeting and texting at work is catching flak

This week’s workplace lesson: Step away from your smartphone. After a managing partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers gave Warren Beatty the wrong envelope at the Academy Awards on Sunday evening, resulting in… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: LG Electronics to build washing-machine factory in Tennessee

The Wall Street Journal: LG Electronics to build washing-machine factory in Tennessee

South Korean conglomerate LG Electronics Inc. said it is planning to build a new washing machine factory in Tennessee, its first major U.S. plant, and hire at least 600 workers… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department to ‘pull back’ on investigating police abuses

The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department to ‘pull back’ on investigating police abuses

The Justice Department will “pull back” from investigations into alleged civil rights abuses by local police departments, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday in addressing what had been a hallmark… Read more »

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