Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., which has been without a permanent CEO for six months, revealed the full extent of the challenges facing its next leader by …
Among Northwest public companies, 82 percent paid their CEOs with stock in 2014, according to data gathered by Equilar for The Seattle Times. Thirty-seven percent of the Northwest’s public-company CEOs got the majority of their pay in …
A couple of years ago I wrote an article entitled How to Create Dividends Out of Thin Air Through the Use of Stock Options. Besides being an incredibly long title, it explained how you can earn extra income on your stocks (even non-dividend …
(Reuters) - The take-home pay of U.S. chief executives grew at least 10 percent in 2011, propelled largely by a stock market rally, according to consultants' estimates. The trend may carry over into 2012 if the market stays strong, with …
Financially strong blue-chip companies offer consistent earnings growth, and their reasonably priced shares are pay hefty dividend yields. “Dividend stocks seem to be some of the most compelling buys around,” said Hans Olsen, chief …
Shares of Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) surged to an all-time high earlier this week after the company reported strong sales in the fourth-quarter. Starbucks stock started out at a measly $0.34 in 1992. It is now worth over $62.00, …
At NerdWallet, we spend literally 1,000s ... Then you get a windfall amounting to $30,000. Do you pay off your credit card or invest in stocks? The answer is that it is almost always better to pay off your credit card than invest in stocks
This post first appeared on TooMuch.org. Back in 1979, notes a new Economic Policy Institute report released last …
A lot of people have forgotten about the origins of Android. It wasn’t the prettiest OS, nor was it the most complete. I remember that one of my biggest reasons to avoid it was that the first version of the OS was launched without support …
NEW YORK (AP) — CEOs at the biggest companies got a 4.5 percent pay raise last year. That's almost double the typical American worker's, and a lot more than investors earned from owning their stocks — a big fat zero. The typical …