IKEA Founder Steps Down

Ingvar Kamprad, who founded Ikea in 1943, is leaving the company's board of directors and naming his youngest son the company's chairman. More 

A Boring, $3 Billion Hotel Infrastructure Play

Hotels are experiencing a sector recovery, which on its face makes MCRS an easy buy. But until growth prospects clear up, it's difficult to commit to this company. More 

Fortune 500: Best Big Companies to Work for

For the fourth straight year, Google holds the top spot on the list of the best Fortune 500 companies for which to work. More 

Avoid the Mistake That Investors Are Making Right Now

Wall Street finished up on a high note Monday, including a record for the S&P 500, led by tech stocks. Here is the list of our updated buys, sells, and holds. More 

Data Drives the Rally — Tuesday’s IP Market Recap

Investors got a double good-news whammy on the housing and manufacturing fronts, though homebuilders didn't join in the market's broad-based gains. More 

Moxy Hotels: Ikea’s the Spice, But Marriott Is the Substance

Marriott is teaming with Ikea's property division to launch a budget hotel brand. But investors should know MAR has come short on branded launches before ... and that Ikea's just a name. More 

IKEA to Launch Budget-Friendly Hotel Chain

The parent of Swedish furniture-maker IKEA is partnering with Marriott International to launch a chain of discount hotels in Europe. More