Against the tyranny of corporate earnings, EBITDA and other quarterly financial valuation metrics.
By: Alexandra Scaggs
The collateral stash from Microsoft’s securities-lending agreements looks a lot different than it did a year ago.
The largest advertising spender in the world stopped spending money on digital ads, and apparently didn’t really notice a difference. That doesn’t bode well for the likes of Facebook.
When an industry’s power gets more concentrated in the hands of a few companies, profit margins tend to rise. Who would’ve guessed?
The share of zombie firms in the economy is still increasing…
By: Izabella Kaminska
First-quarter US corporate earnings have been pretty good… So far.
Income inequality is apparently rising among US companies as it continues to climb for the country’s citizens. (Companies still aren’t people, though.)