Internet CEOs and President Obama share a credibility gap.
Wall Street thinks Meg Whitman is a big success at Hewlett-Packard. But sales and profits are down from last year.
IBM is losing more on its older lines of business than it is making in the cloud. It's the biggest crisis to hit the company in decades.
By expanding its reach in wind power through a big Iowa wind deal, Siemens is taking on energy giant GE.
Ben Bernanke has taught us the strengths and limits of monetary policy as an economic tool.
Carrefour's turnaround under Georges Plassat has the company's sights fixed once again on challenging Wal-Mart for world retail domination.
Like GM in its heyday, Apple is America's economic leader. Individual investors who believe in the American economy should own a bit of it.
In this energy-driven recovery, chemicals look like a good place to be, especially for companies such as Dow and DuPont moving into higher-margin sectors.
GM is just another car company again, headed by a GM lifer.
Lululemon has an image problem and has hired a new CEO who could lead it to new opportunity.