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Keri Gohman, head of small business banking at Capital One, says small business confidence hit its highest point since the Great Recession, while marketing results are still hampering owners.
05/15/15 - 01:52 PM EDT
Burgers, beer and barbeques, which stocks will benefit as consumers fire up for grilling season?
05/22/15 - 10:35 AM EDT
Big hedge fund managers sold positions in information technology and consumer staples companies last quarter, with Alibaba and Dollar General, two stocks with the biggest sell off.
05/21/15 - 11:58 AM EDT
Hedge funds socked money into health care, industrials and energy last quarter, according to S&P Capital IQ. Here are the top five stock purchases made by large hedge fund managers.
05/21/15 - 09:49 AM EDT
Zeta Interactive CEO David Steinberg says his company offers a full range of services in the big data, analytics space and he'll be an interested spectator to Salesforce's fate.
05/20/15 - 07:56 PM EDT
The top 10 list is overwhelmingly weighted toward the health care sector, with seven companies in the biotech or pharmaceuticals industries.
05/20/15 - 09:29 AM EDT
S&P Capital IQ identified 10 companies with $20 billion market cap or higher that should outperform this year when it comes to profit growth.
05/20/15 - 09:08 AM EDT
Rumors that Chobani's founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya could be headed for the door are wrong, says the Greek yogurt maker's Chief Marketing Officer Peter McGuinness.
05/19/15 - 05:09 PM EDT
Five financial stocks made it into Morgan Stanley's '30 for 2018,' a list of 30 companies with definite competitive advantages in their sectors. See which stocks made the list.
05/19/15 - 09:05 AM EDT
Investors often like tech companies - seeing the industry at the forefront of growth potential and innovation strategies. Here are six companies to place your long-term bets on.
05/19/15 - 08:45 AM EDT
If you're considering moving for a job, don't go to New York City. Try Texas, the Midwest or North Carolina for cities offering bountiful career opportunities.
05/19/15 - 07:00 AM EDT
Starbucks, Nike and Walt Disney are among Morgan Stanley's top picks for consumer companies differentiating themselves for the long term, despite macro challenges.
05/18/15 - 10:49 AM EDT