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Investing for 2015

PNC Wealth Management Chief Investment Strategist Bill Stone, S&P Capital IQ Director Rich Peterson discus what the big investing themes will be for 2015.

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  1. Leading Through a Change of Seasons

    For many of us -- especially those who had lost count of the polar vortexes by mid-January -- winter can't end soon enough this year. But the transition is rarely an...

  2. McGraw Hill Financial CEO on global strategy

    McGraw Hill Financial CEO Doug Peterson on the company’s growth over the last three years.

  3. Keurig Green Mountain Pops on S&P 500 Invite

    Shares of Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR) cruised 3% higher Monday morning  as Wall Street cheers the company's invitation to join the S&P 500.Late Friday, McGra...

  4. The Underground Railroad and Leading from Our Strengths

    The Underground Railroad is a remarkable chapter in American history. It assisted thousands of enslaved people in escaping to freedom under conditions of grave dange...

  5. McGraw Hill Posts Better-than-Expected Profit

    McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE:MHFI) revealed on Tuesday it swung to a stronger-than-expected profit in the fourth quarter thanks to stronger S&P Capital IQ and index r...

  6. Nasdaq, S&P Dow Jones Eye Index Acquisitions

    Nasdaq OMX Group (NASDAQ:NDAQ) and S&P Dow Jones Indices are reportedly eyeing acquisitions to bolster their already-formidable index businesses.Combined with signs ...

  7. Your Own Strategic Plan for 2014

    It works for huge corporations, so why not develop your very own strategic plan. Here’s how to do it.

  8. Facebook, Holders to Offload 70M Shares

    Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed plans on Thursday to sell about $2.3 billion worth of his Class A shares in the world's largest social network whil...

  9. McGraw Hill Unveils 50 Mln Share Buyback Program

    McGraw Hill Financial Inc. said on Wednesday its board has authorized the company to buy back up to 50 million shares, or about 18% of its outstanding shares. Dougla...

  10. 4 Leadership Lessons From The Hunger Games

    Catching Fire , the long-awaited second film in the Hunger Games series, has opened to huge box-office numbers and overwhelmingly positive reviews. In an era of audi...

  11. 5 Deadly Marketing Mistakes Startups Make

    Your business idea is solid, your product is top-notch, and you're on all the major social networks. So why aren't you seeing the sales growth you expected? According to serial entrepreneur Drew Williams, it all boils down to one major issue: poor marketing.

  12. 5 Deadly Marketing Mistakes Startups Make

    Your business idea is solid, your product is top-notch, and you're on all the major social networks.

  1. All dogs go to heaven?

    Father Jonathan Morris weighs in on hell, animals going to heaven and Jesus’s birth.

  2. Growing student loan debt killing American dream?

    McGraw Hill Education CEO David Levin on the growing problem of student loan debt.

  3. Goodbye textbooks, hello digital learning?

    McGraw Hill Education CEO David Levin talks betting big on online education and rising college costs.

  4. McGraw on the economy’s path to success

    International Chamber of Commerce chairman Harold ‘Terry’ McGraw III says the U.S. is not competitive to attract investment.

  5. Career Lessons From Michael Phelps' Return

    If anyone has earned a solid retirement, it's Michael Phelps.A quick summary of his career: The most decorated Olympic athlete of all time, with 22 medals, 18 of the...

  6. Should the Street Fear Hillary?

    After feeling burned by backing Barack Obama in 2008, the conventional wisdom suggests Wall Street should be rooting for a Republican to take the White House in 2016...

  7. S&P wants to split up $5 billion U.S. ratings lawsuit

    Standard & Poor's asked a federal judge to split up the U.S. government's $5 billion civil fraud lawsuit accusing it of lying about its credit ratings, saying it wou...

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