Even if you put a lot of stock in government manufactured GDP owing to unhinged spending and deficits, which we most definitely do not, it would be wise to be careful about what you are applauding.
Capital One Financial is set to acquire Discover Financial Services in an all-stock deal valued at $35.3 billion, the two companies announced on Monday.
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As we detailed in our preview for premium subscribers, if the omniscient analyst at BofA are right this morning, the fecal matter is about to hit the rotating object as they saw retail sales declining bigly (more than expected) in January judging by
Fourth-quarter earnings results for Molson Coors Beverage Co. reveal that it ramped up marketing dollars to advertise its core brands while competitor Anheuser-Busch InBev NV's Bud Light continued losing market share.
Mergers and acquisitions often facilitate faster product innovation. So why are governments prohibiting them?
In a commentary, Neil Callanan of Bloomberg highlighted, "The commercial real estate crash unfolding in the US is a natural consequence of quantitative easing."
While price hikes for subscription services might seem like a smart short-term solution to boost revenue and income, they tend to become more of a gamble in times of fracturing markets.