Q: Why is the 10% rule so important for investors? A: If you're buying individual stocks — and don't know about the 10% rule — you're asking for trouble. It's the one rough adage investors who survive
The Caixin-Markit Chinese PMI data for July showed that the Chinese factory sector dropped to its lowest level in 15 months raising fears about Chinese growth being unable to drive global GDP growth. was
Again. Have a look at the chart, provided to Business Insider by Accenture and the Partnership Fund for New York City. The rate of the value of startup financings rose nearly 200% from 2013 to 2014, substantially
JD.com has become the latest internet company in China to venture into the consumer credit space, after the NASDAQ-listed online retailer — a rival to Alibaba — launched a joint venture alongside LA-based
In Taipei, Sony’s mobile unit has been having a discussion about support for the up and coming USB Type-C standard in its future smartphones and tablets. While the company is certainly considering the
It's also what Bank of America Merrill Lynch thinks is happening to investors going big on shares right now — and their captors are central banks. The bank's European Equity Strategy has put out a note
Just a few days ago, Google started rolling out a revamped privacy and security settings hub to make it easier to keep control of your data. Now, it’s making it easier to see exactly what you’ve been to
The USB-C port first introduced by Apple in the new 12-inch MacBook looks likely to be used across the MacBook range as Intel has adopted the standard for Thunderbolt 3. Thunderbolt was developed to simultaneously
Although Microsoft already offers millions of WiFi access points around the world through Skype, it appears the company has bigger plans for its wireless internet service. If a new (barebones) website
There are only three true interview questions. Every question you have ever been asked or have asked others in any interview is a subset of one of these three: Can you do the job? • Will you love the •
Google's self-driving car head says after 1.7M miles, just 11 minor accidents have resulted, none Google's fault
Technically Incorrect: A smattering of the self-driving cars on California roads have been involved in incidents in the last six months. None of them, say their manufacturers, were the fault of the cars.
Alibaba Group’s announcement yesterday that it will launch a non-profit NTD$10 billion (US$316 million) fund for entrepreneurs in Taiwan was overshadowed by a government investigation into its local operations.
Shanghai-based Brite Semiconductor has raised $8 million in a third round of funding. The money came from Norwest Venture Partners, Gobi Partners, and China-based foundry SMIC. Brite Semiconductor provides