The following editorial appeared Sunday in the Washington Post:
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. reported today that its second-quarter earnings more than quadrupled on improved profit margins, handily beating Wall Street expectations.
The following editorial appears on Bloomberg View:
NEW YORK - Just over half of the companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 index have reported earnings for the second quarter, and some are faring better than others. Here are some of the things we've learned so far.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. posted higher first-quarter profits today on growth in its non-emergency transportation business.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. on Wednesday reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. today reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
BOSTON - Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) remain relative upstarts compared with mutual funds. But they're leading the race for investors' assets, on Main Street as well as Wall Street.
NEW YORK - It's the granddaddy of stock indexes, a centenarian that is spritely for its age. Since a near fatal fall in March 2009, it's nearly doubled.
Trader David O'Day worked on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday as fears about Europe's financial stability caused traders to retreat from most investments seen as risky.
Fearing a financial rupture in Europe, investors around the world fled from risk Wednesday. They punished stocks and the euro and flocked to bonds, driving the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note to its lowest point since World War II.
TAMPA, Fla. — The CEO of JPMorgan Chase won a shareholder endorsement of his pay package Tuesday and kept his title of chairman of the board, five days after disclosing a $2 billion trading loss at the bank.
WASHINGTON — Democratic Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts is
expected to announce Monday that he is retiring from Congress,
closing out a career of more than three decades capped by passage
last year of legislation imposing new regulations on Wall
The protesters were arrested, given a criminal citation and
released at the scene.