There is very little for property owners to do if they disagree with their assessments.
The SEC has allowed pharma CEOS to block shareholder resolutions that seek detail on price increases for major medicines.
Jobs continued their winning streak in February, but Americans haven’t seen a household income increase in this millennium.
The president made millions with his stock portfolio, with five notable failures.
The 'oracle of Omaha' reminds investors that 'widespread fear is your friend' but 'personal fear is your enemy.'
Federal Reserve chair says an adjustment will 'likely be appropriate' after evaluating employment and inflation data.
Jeff Bezos wants to start a shipping route to the moon to help start a colony.
It's the biggest U.S. technology IPO since Alibaba in 2014, despite the fact that Snap has never made a profit.
Nissan workers demanding a union have faced harassment and intimidation.
Quantitative approaches are going well beyond finance to advance humanitarian goals in health care.
It was only 7 years ago that the sum total of internet traffic exceeded a zetabyte—and that's just a single human brain.
University friends Paul Bilokon and Saeed Amen were inspired by Greek philosophy in founding their startup.
Orbital Insight is monitoring the globe using a mixture of machine learning and satellite-enhanced geo-analytics.
ASI Data Science uses analytics to identify everything from the most polluted parks to underpriced sports stars.
Data Capital Management CEO Michael Beal says traders need the "skill or the will" to join the wave of quantitative traders.
Dataminr's Peter Bailey explains how Wall Street turns tweets into market intelligence—making money in the process.
The CEO of Estimize says you need to understand every part of your audience when discussing big data to avoid causing offense.
Tammer Kamel, founder and CEO of Quandl, explains the difference between good and bad data.
Dr. David Hand was the keynote speaker at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets conference.
Orbital Insight Vice President A.J. DeRosa was speaking at Newsweek's AI and Data Science conference.
Samsung has dismantled its corporate strategy office after the arrest of its chief and four other executives, in a corruption scandal that could bring down President Park Geun-hye.
There are a number of ways to shield portions of income from taxation and pay a lower overall rate.
High-earning traders will quickly become an endangered species as AI takes over the financial sector.
iPad users aren't replacing them with newer models, and Apple has cannibalized its own market with phablet rollouts.
Excitement over the prospect of tax cuts and a large infrastructure bill is giving way to reality.
Undocumented workers make up a large share of four sectors of the American economy.
At Tata and Infosys, former chairmen are appalled by their successors.
Polar Bear Pitching has 10,000 euro to give to the startup that can convince them while standing in a patch of the Baltic Sea.
To make Americans more competitive we must invest in education and skills.
Perry used his 15 years as Texas governor to enhance the power of the office.