Bank of America's shares have the potential to double in value now that its regulatory and subprime problems are close to behind it.
Zebra Technologies beat Wall Street's Q2 earnings and revenue estimates due to broad strength across geographies and product lines, said the company's CEO Anders Gustafsson.
Capstone Mining has far lower political risk because its copper fields are in North and South America, said Matthew Fine, portfolio manager for the Third Avenue International Value Fund.
Investors need to protect themselves because Wall Street's primary regulator is running the equivalent of a Ponzi scheme, said David Levine, author of 'The Financial Fix'.
The back-to-school shopping season will start on consumers' smartphones before it reaches the actual stores, said Pete Stein, CEO of Razorfish.
High yield funds sank and outflows surged, but fund managers in the sector disagree with the notion that we are seeing the popping of a 'bubble'.
It's easier for a company to raise profits and lower costs through focused growth than mindless expansion, said Sanjay Khosla, author of "Fewer Bigger Bolder".
Dollar Tree said this week it is buying Family Dollar Stores for $8.5 billion or $74.50 a share.
LinkedIn posted second quarter earnings of 51 cents a share on revenue of $534 million, surging past analyst estimates on both the top and bottom line.
Biotech companies raised $4.7 billion globally from 68 IPOs during the first half of 2014, and investor appetite will remain strong the rest of the year.