In-flight needs of Abercrombie's CEO; Rupert Murdoch nurses a grudge; a Senate committee convenes to point out its own ignorance; and that's not all.
Abercrombie's Airhead, Rupert's Regrets, Ben's Blowout and Apple's Absurdity highlight Gregg Greenberg's dumbest things this week.
Morningstar analyst Neal Dihora says the rally in defense stocks like General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin is far from over.
Darren Schuringa, portfolio manager for the Yorkville High Income MLP ETF, says America's energy boom will sustain the MLP rally.
Ilana Edelstein, author of The Patron Way, spills the secrets of how the famed tequila was founded.
Gregory Thomas, founder of Schwab subsidiary ThomasPartners, says boomers nearing retirement should own dividend stocks, not just bonds.
Michael Fredericks, portfolio manager for the BlackRock Multi-Asset Income Fund, says bank loans and MLPs are better bets than REITs.
Fed Chief Ben Bernanke reassured traders Wednesday that he would not end Wall Street's party anytime soon.
Blackrock Fixed Income CIO Rick Rieder says opportunities are plentiful in some areas of the bond market even as risks rise in others.
Vipshop CFO Yang Donghao says the Chinese online discount retailer will continue to expand margins as it runs past competitors.