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Yahoo! shares are more than a bargain once the Alibaba and Yahoo! Japan stakes are shorted out, said Josh Strauss, portfolio manager for the Appleseed Fund.
Rising consumer confidence can be seen nightly at the circus, as well as in Wall Street's monthly data, said Nicole Feld, Executive Vice President of Feld Entertainment.
Investors can most certainly make money through holding socially responsible stocks, said Amy O'Brien, Head of Responsible Investing for TIAA-CREF.
Women need to speak the language of money in order to gain control of their financial futures, said Nicole Lapin, Author of 'Rich Bitch.'
The current '1099 Economy' is being driven by a reduced supply of well-paying, full-time jobs, said Anthony Humpage, CEO of Legacy Education Alliance.
Criteo beat Wall Street estimates on the top and bottom lines in the fourth quarter due to its mobile offerings and strong sales to the retail sector.
Emerson is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a STEM campaign targeting millennials and featuring internet sensation Hank Green, said the company's Chief Marketing Officer Kathy Button Bell.
Elon Musk succeeded in building Tesla not simply due to his smarts, but because he ‘failed wisely,’ said Amy Wilkinson, author of 'The Creator's Code.'
Stock valuations for large-caps are no longer cheap, but they are still a bargain relative to bonds and to small-caps, said Jack Caffrey, Equity Portfolio Manager for JPMorgan Private Bank.
Investors seeking to calm their portfolios should volatility spike again have a number of accessible choices, said Joseph Halpern, CEO of Exceed Investments.