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Only one president has had better stock-market returns during his tenure than Barack Obama.…
Only one president has had better stock-market returns during his tenure than Barack Obama.…
The cycle of life and destruction is complete: In 2017, Amazon will open its first physical bookstore in NYC.
Can you guess the best and worst-performing financial assets of 2016? Probably not.
The revolutionaries who created the 401(K) now have one big regret: Creating the 401(K).
More than 45% of Americans have no retirement savings account.
A great read: The Most Important Financial Charts of 2016. Including this depressing one:
Gas-fracking killed coal country and this chart shows it. No Congress or president can save it.…
What if you could build an algorithm to replicate a brain and manage a company? Bridgewater is doing just that.
What does the end of Wall Street look like? Like Earth's largest trading floor, now vacant and selling for pennies.
GOLDMAN SACHS ALL-TIME HIGH. The bank's shares are now just 1% away from the highest-ever price of $247.92 set on H…
Most important financial development today: China has halted its bond market after rampant selling.
Jimi Hendrix's first single, "Hey Joe," debuted FIFTY years ago on Dec. 16, 1966. It still sounds from the future.…
Chaos behind the curtain of our financial system: Huge US custody bank loses ability to make payments for 19 hours.
No governor, no Congress, no president can stop the sheer scale of job losses that automation will bring to America.
Everything about the markets has changed since Donald Trump was elected president. This one chart shows how.…
The inside story of the Theranos scandal is more personal, intense, and emotional than you could possibly imagine.
One day we'll wonder just how we became a society under pervasive, unchecked surveillance. This is how.
An enemy is just a person whose story you haven't heard yet.
This book on the post-crisis Dodd-Frank law is 1623 pages long. Trump team just pledged to eradicate it.

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About dkberman

Wall Street Journal Columnist, Money & Investing Deputy Bureau Chief. I run M&A, bankruptcy, and private equity coverage for the Journal.

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