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Credit card giant MasterCard (MA) made news this week by announcing its plans to do a 10-for-1 stock split. The news is noteworthy because stock splits have fallen out of favor lately. Google’s (GOOG) andPriceline’s (PCLN) share prices are now above …
Guru Focus · 12/12/2013
Tencent Holdings (OTCPK:TCEHY) shares retreated from record highs Tuesday on news that the Chinese online messaging giant Chairman and CEO Pony Ma Huateng sold 20 million ... U.S., fell fell 5.5% on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. In the U.S.
Investors Business Daily · ByEd Carson · 4/14/2015
The telecom giant doesn't just sport the highest dividend yield among the 30 Dow Jones (DJINDICES: ^DJI ) components. It's also one of just nine stocks on the blue-chip index that have raised their payouts without fail for the last 25 years or more.
The Motley Fool · ByAnders Bylund · 6/26/2014
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Could stock splits be coming back in vogue ... Another company that took our lead (or so we like to pretend) is MasterCard Inc. (NYSE: MA), peaking above $800 before announcing a split. The company now trades close to $74 after splitting 10-for-one ...
24/7 Wall ST · 4/24/2014
The China-based giant led by CEO Jack Ma staged the largest stock offering in history. Alibaba ended 2014 as the world's fourth most valuable tech firm, with a market cap of $251 billion. That put it behind only Apple, Microsoft and Google, as we surmised ...
USA Today · 1/8/2015
"In the four years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery ... John Kerry (D-MA), January 23, 2003 …
Fox Nation · 19 hours ago
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The stock was thinly traded, ignored by analysts ... China’s richest man, pushing him past Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, and Wang Jianlin, property mogul and
The Sunday Times · 16 hours ago
With Alibaba on the New York Stock Exchange, it will be easier for U.S. residents ... And during Alibaba’s road show pitching the IPO to potential investors, Ma made his most direct statements yet about his already-massive company’s global ambitions.
Time · 9/18/2014
Stock-taking retrospection has been a key motif in Swift’s writing, from Waterland to Last Orders. And those pensive recollections are typically less of the rose-coloured “Remember the good times?” variety than …
Rogers Media · 1 hour ago
The releases don’t include stock held by Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma, Mr. Tsai, Yahoo Inc. YHOO 2.07 % or SoftBank Corp. 9984 1.90 %, which as a group held about 1.4 billion shares, or about 58% of the shares post-IPO, according …
Wall Street Journal · 3/17/2015