The health care space, despite the inability of Congress to enact legislation, is rolling along in dog-eat-dog fashion with mega-mergers the biggest weapon combatants are using to fight off the competition.
Gas station owners may want to take note. A relatively new service provided by several mostly west coast startups lets you cut out the middleman and get your car filled with gas at work or even at home.
Moore's Law came into being in 1965 when Intel co-founder, Gordon Moore noticed that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since their invention.
Being able to research the 30 companies with the most Website traffic on one widget makes the Top Website Traffic Widget one of the new pieces of research data that are available on FinanceBoards and should be added to your FinanceBoards Research Dashboards.
When a company decides to offer to purchase outstanding shares, that’s known as a buyback. There are many reasons companies do this. It may be to increase the value of shares remaining through the simple law of supply and demand. It might be to take shares off the market, so a single shareholder can gain control of the company.