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Millennials were once scared of stocks, but are now confident enough to start investing for retirement.
The shopping center business is thriving due to less supply hitting the market and confident consumers, said David Henry, CEO of the Kimco Realty Corporation.
The ValueShares International Quantitative Value ETF (IVAL) takes advantage of mispricing caused by irrational investors in foreign markets.
BRIC has turned to just IC with better opportunities in India and China, said Jesse Clinton, Managing Director at Snowden Lane Partners.
PetSmart agreed to be bought by a group led by BC Partners, NBC launched a live stream of its broadcast network, and DISH has integrated the Netflix app.
BlackRock introduced the iShares MSCI ACWI Low Carbon Target ETF (CRBN) as a result of institutional demand and U.N. backing.
Food distributor Sysco will benefit from increased restaurant traffic due to lower oil prices. Republic Services and Lifepoint Hospitals are also set to see growth in 2015.
Sony needs to be transparent with their customers, employees and public to get through its hacking crisis, said Robert Owen Carr, CEO of Heartland Payment Systems.
Frank Perdue should certainly be included in the pantheon of American corporate giants, said Mitzi Perdue, the chicken mogul's widow and author of 'Tough Man, Tender Chicken.'
Olympus Corporation has fully recovered from its 2011 financial scandal and is firing on all cylinders, said the company's Americas President Nacho Abia.