Frontier Communications sports a massive 7.4% dividend yield.
Retirees who are eager to boost the income from their portfolios have been turning away from low-yielding government bonds and toward higher-yielding stocks.
Change is one of the few constants in tech.For some companies, change is an opportunity to be seized, though it takes time to institute significant transformations.
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After two straight years of lagging the market, McDonald 's is back in Wall Street's win column: The stock is up 31% in the last year.
Select Income REIT has a somewhat atypical portfolio and a very tempting dividend yield (8.6%, as of this writing).
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Fears are growing that the U.S. is on the cusp of a recession, and that's is why stock buybacks have never been more in focus, with 2016 now on pace to be one of the fastest starts on record for share repurchases.
ConocoPhillips slashed its dividend and took another axe to its spending plans for 2016, becoming the latest company to brace for more pain in the oil industry.
Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeffrey Saut on how investors should handle the current market environment.
The sanctions relief process of the Iran nuclear agreement began Saturday. Among the developments was the U.S. authorization for foreign units of American companies to strike business deals with Iran.
Peak Capital Management's Mike Burleigh on the dividend stocks that can boost investors' portfolios.
Anthony Saccaro of Providence Financial on dividend producing stocks.
A portfolio with a heavy bond weighting may not cut it for investors in 2016.....
Nike Inc said its board approved a new $12 billion share buyback program and a two-for-one split of its class A and class B shares.
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Oil prices are so low, they're hovering at benchmarks not seen in years, plunging oil-dependent Alaska into a crippling budget deficit.
Chipmaker Texas Instruments Inc said it plans to buy back shares worth up to $7.5 billion as part of a new repurchase program.