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As a payment processor, Visa reigns supreme -- but it's not charging the king's ransom it could demand, which could prove foolish in the future.
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This often overlooked report is an important indicator of things to come.
- Did American International Group Make a Huge Mistake By Ignoring Its Dividend?
With $2 billion in proceeds from its sale of ILFC, the mega-insurer expanded its share buyback authorization -- was it the wrong move?
- 1 Reason to Be Happy About Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's Big About-Face -- Whether You're a Sharehold
With a new push for increasing credit availability, the Federal Housing Finance Agency may have presented the nation's banks with a new opportunity to boost mortgage lending.
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Current rock-star CEO Robert Benmosche is slated to exit stage left in early 2015. After a handful of stellar years, his shoes will be hard to fill -- but these guys could do it.
- Warren Buffett’s Billion-Dollar Bet Was a Slam Dunk for Berkshire Hathaway
Warren Buffett's brainchild is expanding in a booming market, and a genius marketing plan already has America hooked.
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- 9 Warren Buffett-Approved Dividend Stocks
You can learn a lot from Warren Buffett and how he invests his money through the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio. Most notably, some of his top picks display a clear favoritism towards dividend stocks.