Fuel cells are a natural outgrowth of the renewable energy boom. Just don't expect all of today's fuel cell stocks to become investment grade
China's Alibaba Group has a secure niche in B2B, but everything else about the company is speculative.
Is China about to face what the U.S. faced in 2008? If so, we're in trouble too.
Embedding chips into credit cards is part of an arms race against online fraud, but the cost of card readers to merchants will be high.
Starbucks' mobile apps are grabbing headlines and revenue, distracting from CEO Howard Schultz's move away from day-to-day operations.
Should investors who bet on Washington inaction be bailed out on their bad Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac bets?
Yahoo! is being redesigned around Tumblr, acquired last year. But will analysts still give the stock a tumble after the value of its Alibaba stake is known?
By combining broadband dominance, integration with content and, now, theme parks, Comcast is becoming a must-own stock.
It still makes economic sense for drillers to flare natural gas, while exporting it to Europe remains uneconomic.
Carl Icahn wants eBay to spin off PayPal. But maybe he should be more concerned about eBay's slowing growth.