The Long Odds CEOs Engineer Another Quarter of U.S. Profit GainsJennifer Kaplan and Joseph Ciolli
For five years, U.S. companies have dodged the ignominy of falling profits, often by beating analysts’ estimates by just enough to push earnings higher than they were the previous year.
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