Shares of Rogers Corp. (NYSE:ROG) gained 19.9% in April 2017, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence.
The company reported first-quarter results on April 26, sending share prices nearly 12% higher the next day. Rogers saw 27% year-over-year sales growth and 79% higher earnings, leaving analyst estimates far behind in both cases.
On Wednesday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested going long on small cap international merchandising and marketing services stockSPAR Group Inc (NASDAQ: SGRP):
Spar Group has been on our watchlist for a long time, and doesn’t look like it’s doing anything particularly spectacular today. That’s the point. The undertow was established about a month ago. We’ve....More>>>
It’s bonus season. And that means lots of workers are amassing too much company stock, says John Voltaggio, a managing director with Northern Trust in New York. He spends much of March talking clients into diversifying.
As employees move up in rank, they start to get meaningful bonuses, usually comprised of more and more equity-linked compensation like restricted stock. Every March—in....More>>>
The cost to a U.S. company of a single lost or stolen digital record containing sensitive or confidential information reached $221 this year, up 2% year over year. The average total cost to a company from a data breach rose 7% to $7.01 million.
On average, a single breach involved nearly 30,000 records, in a range of 5,125 to 101,520.
The research was conducted by the Ponemon Institute....More>>>
Singapore's largest property developer, CapitaLand (OTCPK:CLLDY) (CATL.SI) had a pretty good 2017. Helped by improving conditions in Singapore and China, not to mention significant project openings, CapitaLand's local shares climbed 20% and the ADRs did even better.
A power outage hit the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, dimming the lights in one of the main convention halls hosting demonstrations from the likes of LG Electronics Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co.
“There is an isolated power outage at the Las Vegas Convention Center. W
In Lahore and Karachi, American flags were burned in front of TV cameras after President Trump’s decision on Jan. 4 to withhold $2 billion of security aid from Pakistan to punish it for allegedly harboring terrorists. The country’s government issued angry statements claiming no ins