BioAmber's "take-or-pay" deal with Vinmar this week, along with lower corn prices, is the start of big things to come for the sustainable chemical maker.
The spike in volatility is not the start of a major correction, said Patrick Morris, portfolio manager for the Hagin Keystone Market Neutral Fund.
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The currency and restructuring headwinds that have held back shares of Philip Morris are abating, said Don Ingham, portfolio manager for the Tenth Avenue Holdings.
Consumer confidence is picking up with economic growth and that is helping fill hotel rooms, said Wayne Goldberg, CEO of La Quinta.
High yield debt may be growing increasingly expensive, but it is not in bubble territory, said Gershon Distenfeld, portfolio manager for the Alliance Bernstein High Income fund.
Stocks may be taking a slight breather before the start of 2nd quarter earnings season, but expect the rally to resume in the 2nd half of 2014.
Cash strapped consumers are shopping at home to save themselves a trip to the mall, whether it be online or on QVC, said Robert D'Loren, CEO of XCel Brands.
Companies that are unprepared to meet the needs of Generation D are doomed to fail in the coming 'customerpocalypse.'
Catalyst Fund has outperformed the S&P 500 by more than 5 percentage points over the past year.