Mid-market executives expect 2015 to be a big year for new hires, M&A and IPOs, said Roger Nanney, National Managing Partner at Deloitte Growth Enterprise Services.
Hickory Farms is seeing more of its holiday sales shift online as mall traffic remains level with last year, said the company's CEO Mark Rodriguez.
InspireMD sales will gain traction in 2015 due to the latest version of its drug coated stent as well as the company's return to European markets.
The selloff in high yield bonds is creating a buying opportunity due to the low rate environment, said Jack Flaherty, Investment Director at GAM.
Oil will return to the pre-financial crisis range of $50 to $80 a barrel due to increasing shale supply and a drop in demand due to efficiency improvements.
Fully valued U.S. stocks could see some difficulty in the coming year as Japan continues to struggle and China slows.
Chris Roebuck, author of 'Lead to Succeed,' examines Jeff Bezos, Virginia Rometty, and Dick Costolo.
Merck is buying Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Amazon adds a 'make-an-offer' feature,' and General Mills launches ‘Cheerios + Ancient Grains.’
Mutual funds may be immensely popular among individual investors, but they are also highly inefficient, said Dr. Kenneth Kim, author of 'Mutual Funds Exposed.'
Liquid alternatives are a smart option to traditional equity index funds because investors in hedged funds are not forced to accept the market's volatility.