The GE Jeff Immelt built is nothing like Jack Welch's GE, and the GE Immelt's successor builds may be just as different.
LEDs are becoming two industries, bulbs and systems. Philips' spinoff of its production units leaves Cree as one of the few companies in both.
SolarCity is taking on big risks by buying Silevo and building its U.S. production plant. But new technology is needed for solar to compete without subsidies against electricity from coal and natural gas.
Google's recent purchases of a robotics company, a drone company and a satellite imaging company make it a vital national defense asset.
Focus on gas properties that can reach export markets and pipeline operators that extend their networks to new fields.
Sony is winning the video game wars but losing all those profits, and more, in its TV division.
You can make a handsome tax-free profit in municipal bonds, but its biggest opportunities lie with those trying to create liquidity in this illiquid market.
Mobile search is moving inside apps, and Namo Media serves those apps with ads.
Why a little-noticed purchase may bode well for the stocks of publicly traded computer security companies.
Lockheed Martin knows where the big space bucks are and has a better chance of retrieving them than Elon Musk's start-up does.