The vengeance of share buybacks: buyback queen Apple plunges.
A big shift, at a cost of $3.8 billion – which it now has to borrow.
Lured by the siren song of a “buying opportunity” and a fat yield.
The myth of the “blackout period.” And the price of “unlocking value.”
“Don’t write any more blog posts to blame pensioners for the collapse of Sears Holding after you wasted $5.8 billion on share buybacks.”
Brick & Mortar Meltdown: Dog of the Dow on 3rd Day in the Dow.
Crash insurance with an expiration date. But its working while it lasts.
But the crash-insurance policy is a one-time deal. And then what?
Master of share-buybacks and revenue-shrinkage does what it does best.
“Real economy has little to gain, and much to lose”: FDIC’s Hoenig to Senate.