In three-and-a-half years, the investment firm\'s quarterly stock picks have soundly beaten the S&P 500. Coca-Cola is part of the current lineup
Investors have bid up broadband Internet provider KeyOn\'s stock, on the strength of millions in potential federal stimulus dollars. But biased analysis may also have played a role
Investors took profits late Wednesday after an earlier advance fueled by the Fed\'s indication that rates would remain low for \"an extended period\"
Like any strong prescription, loose monetary policy may have some undesirable side effects—namely, commodity speculation and further dollar weakness
After a powerful rally since March, equities seem to be spinning their wheels. Can the rally get back on track?
The Metropolitan Police investigation of a rape allegation against the late Lord Brittan was \"fully justified\", a review has concluded.\n\n\n\nDeputy chief constable of Dorset James Vaughan, Conservative MP Tim Loughton and former Chancellor and friend of Leon Brittan, Lord Lamont, discuss the manner in which the Metropolitan Police handled historical sexual abuse allegations.\n\n\n\n(Photo: Bernard Hogan-Howe Credit: PA)
This programme has learnt that the Home Office is to set up a new committee to regulate scientific experiments involving human/animal hybrids or \'chimeras\'. \n\n\n\nToday programme Science editor Tom Feilden reports and we hear from Professor Martin Bobrow, chair of the Academy of Medical Sciences report: Animals Containing Human Material, which forms the basis of the new regulations.\n\n\n\n(Photo: Laboratory technician Credit: Reuters)
In the wake of terror attacks holidaymakers are retreating to more traditional resorts.
The practice of sending mentally ill adults in England long distances for care is unacceptable and must end, a report by experts says.\n\n\n\nThe Independent Commission, chaired by ex-NHS chief executive Lord Crisp, said some cases were potentially dangerous.\n\n\n\nLaura Nuttall, who has an ongoing mental health condition, and Lord Crisp spoke on the programme about long-distance mental health care.
70 years ago today George Orwell published his essay the Moon Under Water which was his description of what makes the perfect pub. \n\n\n\nJames Dowdeswell, a comedian who grew up in a pub and performed his show the Perfect Pub at the Edinburgh Festival, spoke on the Today programme about what he thinks makes the perfect pub.