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David Peltier at TheStreet.com discusses dividend growth in consumer-focused sectors and the economy.
Debra Borchardt, Markets Analyst, TheStreet.com warns Facebook's mystery event needs to deliver what the IPO didn't.
The word from Peltier, at thestreet.com is "dividends". Investors should not shy away from dividend paying stocks next year because of higher taxes.
This Holiday season, UPS drivers are Santa's helpers. Erika Miller spent one morning in brown, riding along and observing the deliveries in action.
Greek yogurt powerhouse Chobani opened one of the world's largest processing plants in Idaho. The facility hopes to employ 300 workers.
Despite the uncertainty on Capitol Hill, the National Association for Business Economics foresees stable and moderate growth in 2013.
Sprint finalized it's talks to purchase the 49% of remaining Clearwire stock. The Street's Joe Deaux on the company's future and corporate bandwith.
Going the extra distance for customer satisfaction, can separate yourself from the competition.