$185 Billion Raised Across 12,500 Transactions Behind Growth Capital Markets’ 2018 Bull Run, Reveals Hampleton Partners’ Report

515 supergiant funding rounds of more than $100m 106 unicorn business births London, UK & San Francisco, USA – 4 April 2019. Hampleton Partners’ analysis of growth ... Continue Reading →

Broadcom Near $100 Billion Bid For Apple Supplier Qualcomm; Sprint’s New Deal: S&P 500 Futures | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

S&P 500 index futures fell slightly Sunday as investors awaited big semiconductor news, including an expected $100 billion unsolicited offer by Broadcom (AVGO) for fellow Apple ... Continue Reading →

The IBD 50’s Top 3 Stocks Make Big Moves Late As Apple Eyes $900 Billion: S&P 500 Futures | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

S&P 500 index futures were little changed in late trading after Apple (AAPL) reported strong earnings and guided holiday revenue forecasts higher, pushing its market cap to around ... Continue Reading →

Dow Jones, Apple, Boeing, Tesla Slip; Trump Readies $200 Billion China Tariff List

President Donald Trump is close to releasing a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods subject to tariffs, according to multiple reports late Tuesday, signaling a further escalation ... Continue Reading →

A $900 Billion (Per Year) Decision: Will Supreme Court Side With Innovators Or Government?

Most Americans probably have never heard of Andrei Iancu or even the post he occupies — director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In light of other pressing matters ... Continue Reading →

S&P 500 Futures Dive As Trump Mulls $100 Billion In New China Tariffs

S&P 500 futures abruptly sold off late Thursday, as President Donald Trump said he may impose tariffs on an additional $100 billion of Chinese imports, citing China’s “unfair ... Continue Reading →

Student Loans Will Cost Taxpayers $36 Billion: Thanks, Obama | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Debt: The federal student loan program was supposed to make money. Instead it will cost tens of billions of dollars, forcing hardworking Americans to subsidize college-educated deadbeats. ... Continue Reading →