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Your must strip a company stark naked. With all the pretenses and hype gone, you can make an accurate assessment of its true value.
Questions about a Pittsburgh company involved in a Chinese reverse merger have reunited a familiar cast of characters.
Yes, it is once again time to revisit the investment theory developed and promulgated by money manager Michael O'Higgins.
Even though their laments have fallen largely on deaf ears at the White House, opponents continue to plead their case.
If a manufacturer wants to locate or expand in southwestern Pennsylvania, will it be able to find the land and buildings it needs?
Letting emotions or bias color your investment strategy is expensive. You must remain unemotional in a search for investment candidates.
After a few years running a theoretical investment fund, Pitt students put $100,000 of cash to work in socially responsible stocks.
The topic of software patents has been a highly contested issue in the past year.
There's a cornucopia of quality investments readily available. A good example is Sherwin-Williams, the nation's largest paint manufacturer.
The 1984 employee buyout of Weirton Steel inspired one worker's son to achieve success revitalizing troubled industrial companies.
A city that doesn't make things can never be a real city.