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Ken Heebner's CGM Focus Fund racked up twice the costs of the average mutual fund last year, even though it lost 48%.
Shares of American Express, Visa and MasterCard have jumped but weary consumers may put a damper on the shopping spree.
Ford gained an advantage over GM and Chrysler by stockpiling cash and ditching weak brands before the industry melted down.
Vornado is paying part of its dividend in stock to boost its balance sheet, and that's not likely to change anytime soon.
Earnings growth at General Mills is expected to slow as higher commodity prices and a stronger dollar cut into profits.
PowerShares is closing 19 ETFs as investors prefer larger and established vehicles.
Stocks gained momentum in April, damping demand for ETFs that move opposite the market.
Toyota and Honda's high share prices imply profit growth that could be a stretch in the car business.
Weyerhaeuser has cut its dividend, but it's still unclear if the company will generate enough profit to pay it.
The Barrett-Jackson car auction in Florida attracted buyers who paid more than $20 million for 487 vehicles.