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ICL's potash products have found buyers in emerging markets, says the company's CEO Stefan Borgas, who is optimistic about resolving a strike and royalty issues in Israel.
Most people think of bitcoin as digital gold in the form of an online token, but the idea of a scarce online good is only part of the story.
Investors looking for serious growth might want to consider the Emerging Markets Internet and E-Commerce ETF, which puts its bets on the growth of online consumption in the developing world.
Investors need not be wary of high-yield bonds, says James Dudnick, portfolio manager for the AllianzGI Short Duration High Income Fund.
Russia ignores us and U.S. allies are gravitating toward the bigger market of China, said Ian Bremmer, author of 'Superpower.'
The choppy waters roiling the oil market are creating waves of profits for the global tanker industry, says Anthony Gurnee, CEO of Ardmore Shipping.
Allergan blazed a trail when its wrinkle-fighting treatment Botox opened up the facial aesthetics market. Now Kythera is attempting to follow that path with its double-chin drug Kybella.
Bathing-suit season is fast approaching and Medifast CEO Michael MacDonald says his weight-loss company is ready to impress the gawkers on Wall Street.
Elon Musk may be a brilliant and intense businessman, but don't put him next to Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs just yet, says Ashlee Vance, author of 'Elon Musk.'
If you're not making every possible contribution to an IRA, you're not doing your best to prepare for retirement, says Ed Slott.