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4 Companies That Can Thrive Without Their Famous Founders

Oracle, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com and Charles Schwab can still thrive if their famous founders were to leave.

November Retail Sales Encouraging
November Retail Sales Encouraging

12/14/10 - 12:32 PM EST

Sales were much better than consensus estimates and Oct. sales were sharply revised higher.

Second Leg in Home Price Declines Underway

Although it will be shorter than the first leg, there is little that the government can do to turn the situation around.

How GDP Reached 2% in Third Quarter
How GDP Reached 2% in Third Quarter

10/29/10 - 03:07 PM EDT

The source of the growth was of the lowest quality from inventory buildup

37% of S&P 500 Trading at 52-Week Highs
37% of S&P 500 Trading at 52-Week Highs

10/07/10 - 04:20 PM EDT

If it seems like every stock you own or watch is breaking out to new highs, you're almost right.

Jobless Caught in Pseudo Recovery
Jobless Caught in Pseudo Recovery

09/23/10 - 04:22 PM EDT

Today's initial jobless claims report shows the economy is not growing enough to create a significant number of jobs.

Mixed Outlook for Chemical Industry
Mixed Outlook for Chemical Industry

09/22/10 - 04:37 PM EDT

At a global level, we currently expect chemical production to require another couple of years to recover to levels seen before the crisis.

Top 5 European Mutual Funds
Top 5 European Mutual Funds

08/25/10 - 07:30 AM EDT

Europe's financial system has passed through rough weather to offer investors growth and safety.

Insurance Outlook: Is the Worst Behind Us?

The insurance industry continues to be challenged by regulatory uncertainties and massive health care restructuring.

Housing Still Flooded
Housing Still Flooded

08/02/10 - 01:53 PM EDT

The housing market is awashed with foreclosures and homeowners who are under water.

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