Recent content from Patrick Kennedy
Companies are tapping revolving lines of credit to help secure cash flow during an increasingly volatile economy caused by the coronavirus pandemic. They also are tightening expenses, some by laying off or furloughing workers, others by putting off capital expenditures, all with the goal of conserving cash.
Doug Baker's compensation included $17.4 million from stock option gains.
The change reflects its shift to virtual data room services.
Polaris and Winnebago have suspended manufacturing as demand screeches to a halt.
Market professionals are hesitant to call a bottom to this stock market, but are confident there will be a recovery in a year or more.
Many drive-throughs, ATMs remain open, as well as mobile banking.
Local geologists hope Black Hills test drilling reveals a major gold discovery and boosts their geology consulting business.
Filtration company warns of likely sales disruptions and sluggish truck sector.
Principals of FS Funds own four Original Pancake House restaurants.
Some area market professionals have re-evaluated short-term tactics based on the sell-off caused by coronavirus spread.