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Valeant reiterates its full-year forecast, while LendingClub's CFO departs for a new opportunity.
We'll also pay attention to a number of food companies reporting.
Bestselling author Kerry Hannon reveals some of her best tips for the 50+ entrepeneur and how to start your own business, most importantly debt management.
Paychex CEO Martin Mucci explains the Paychex/IHS Small Business Jobs Index for March remained at a peak, following sharp gains in January and February.
Beyond.com's CEO talks hiring trends and shares advice on how to get a job interview.
Corporate boards are looking for digital and social expertise when hiring new executives, says CTPartners CEO Brian Sullivan.
IPO Desktop president Francis Gaskins and TheStreet's Debra Borchardt suggest investors skip this week's IPOs, Artisan Partners and Professional Diversity Network.
Staples and Monster Worldwide could become targets, but they are less compelling on their own.
Some thoughts on M&A implications and possible candidates.
Growth is slowing at LinkedIn, and Monster is struggling to recover from some missteps.
These companies are begging to be bought by big-cap names.
The latest data show a slow building of job creation. Jim Cramer believes this momentum is sustainable.
LinkedIn and eBay are showing some strength, but I'm not ready to bid or connect with either one yet.
I hate the idea of buying a stock on a rumor. I just got an amazing phone call from a friend who bought Monster Beverage (MNST) on a takeover rumor today. Of course, the potential takeover candidate is Monster Worldwide (MWW), not Monster Beverage....
Not many names get through this stringent strategy -- so it's worth looking at the few that do.
The business model is sound, but before you jump in, wait for the stock price to pull back.
Only act on insider signals if you agree fundamentally with what insiders appear to be signaling.
Monster Worldwide (MWW), whose focus is to help folks find jobs, announced it is laying off 400 employees. Editor's note: We are delighted to have Tim Collins filling in for Doug Kass in the Diary today. Commenters, make him feel welcome!