Plus, many economists don't seem to understand the term "full employment" and earnings season kicks off.
Plus, a quick look at earnings report winners and losers from Thursday after the market closed.
Paul Hammes went on to say that 85% of the respondents believe their divestments created longterm value.
When it comes to divestiture, Matthew Herman says uncertainty can lead to dislocation, but smart buyers can move on that dislocation.
After a nine-day losing streak, U.S. stocks surged Monday as investors priced in a Hillary Clinton victory in Tuesday's presidential election.
The tone is changing at corporate boards and corporations, following an explosion in activist hedge funds, says Colin Wittmer, U.S. Divestitures Leader at PwC.
Christie's is holding a wine and spirits auction on Friday that could bring in $2 million, featuring five-figure bottles of wine and 30-year old bottles of whiskey.
If you ever dreamed about living like a rich mobster, now's your chance.
Millennials are looking at art as an investment, a new survey said.
Investors in the art market will find a better rate of return than many other assets, according to The Fine Art Fund Group.