Tagged With Price-of-profits

IBM revenue has fallen for 20 quarters --  but it used to run its business very differently

Here's what the head of Botox-maker Allergan has to say about drug prices, inversions, and why Carl Icahn is not a threat to his long-term plans

There's been a debate raging about profits for 40 years -- but the answer is clearer than ever

A $13 billion hedge fund you've never heard of is shaking up a whole continent

The former CEO of a $120 billion company says Wall Street makes too much money -- and it's causing a huge problem

There is such a thing as 'too much profit' -- here's why

Share buybacks are a symptom of economic problems, not a cause

The activist playbook is nearly 90 years old -- and the first chapter was written by Warren Buffett's mentor

Sears' obsession with Wall Street is killing the retailer for good

A legendary CEO did something unimaginable by today's standards, and it tells you everything about how America has changed

US companies have spent $2 trillion doing something that has absolutely no impact on their business

Business schools led the way in promoting a commonly held myth -- and now they're trying to undo that

American companies have developed a very particular disease -- and CEOs hate the cure

One change made life a lot easier for activist investors -- and opened the floodgates

Hillary Clinton thinks corporate America is obsessed with 'quarterly capitalism' -- here's how she'd change that

BlackRock's Larry Fink told CEOs that 'quarterly earnings hysteria' is bad for business -- here's the letter he sent them

IBM refused to lay off workers for decades, and then America had to rethink its entire corporate strategy