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President Obama remains an outsider to the Washington power structure despite his 6 years in the White House, said Chuck Todd, author of 'The Stranger'.
3D Systems Corp to buy Israel-based Cimatron, RenaissanceRe to buy fellow reinsurer Platinum Underwriters, and BioMarin Pharmaceuticals to buy Dutch drug developer Prosensa this week.
The number of guests Boston Market serves on Thanksgiving is 400% higher than a normal Thursday, said the company's CEO George Michel.
Dow Chemical has responded well to the demands of an activist investor, said Derek Bruton, CEO of Lucia Capital, which counts the stock among its holdings.
Investors should reduce their exposure to foreign bonds and commodities as a result of the strengthening dollar, said Kathy Jones, Fixed Income Strategist for Charles Schwab.
New media cleverness is not a substitute for connecting with customers, said Tom Doctoroff, author of 'Twitter is Not a Strategy'.
The world's best investors take the least amount of risk for the largest rewards, said Tony Robbins, author of 'Money: Master The Game'.
Achieving genuine financial freedom only takes seven steps and is far less complicated than people believe, said Tony Robbins, author of 'Money: Master The Game.'
Silver is more economically sensitive than gold so the improving confidence in the U.S. economy will be a strong tailwind for silver prices.