The longstanding debate about government oversight is giving way to a new understanding of how to craft more effective industry rules.
Ever since the 2007–10 financial crisis, banks in the United States have been asking regulators for the right to resume and increase dividend payments to shareholders.
Could making price information readily available contribute to a reduction in certain health-care costs? Research suggests so.
Why would a company with almost $145 billion in cash, cash equivalents, and marketable securities borrow $17 billion to buy back shares?
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