Although the Canadian company started to make money again much sooner than many observers had expected, much of that profitability can be traced to its cost-cutting initiatives.
Dow Chemical is tempting fate with its $5 billion chlorine sale. The $54 billion company is offloading the bulk of its low-margin bleach and vinyl-related operations to a smaller rival, the Olin Corporation, using an esoteric structure known as a reverse Morris ...
(Bloomberg) -- Following is the transcript from the University of Michigan Post Consumer Sentiment call with Dr. Richard Curtain, University of Michigan.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Stocks were holding onto minor gains through the afternoon session, the first day in the green after four session of losses.
Yesterday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled its long-anticipated proposal to bring stricter rules to the consumer lending industry of payday loans, title loans and installment loans.