Editor's note: Originally published on September 13, 2014
A single change in life can be the precursor for many more to come.
Whether it’s a constructive modification to our diets, our exercise regimens, or our approach to...
By Peter E. Greulich:
Since IBM (NYSE:IBM) last split its stock in May of 1999, it has reduced the number of outstanding shares by 46% - from 1.8 billion shares (split adjusted) at the end of 1998 to just less than 1 billion shares in June 2014....
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They say two thousand zero zero party over, oops! Out of time!
So tonight we gonna party like it's 1999!
-- Prince, "1999"
There is a saying...
Hybrid cars first appeared in the United States all the way back in December 1999 with the arrival of the Honda Insight. They quickly gained traction, with over three million sold in the years since. Currently, there are about 40 different hybrid...
News from August 1999, when the tech industry was reaching the heights of its first boom, gives many insights into today’s tech industry. Yahoo was push ad-supported services, and consumers were complaining about sluggish Internet speeds.
By John Vincent:
This article is the first in a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to Ole Andreas Halvorsen's US stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Viking Global's regulatory 13F Form filed on...
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