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The Internet pioneer’s PayPal unit helped it cash in on a big rise in online holiday shopping—and there’s still plenty of growth ahead.
Rising shipments of oil, gas and consumer goods give major North American railway operators bright prospects in 2013.
Car sales are forecast to remain brisk on pent-up demand following the recession. Here are two stocks that are well-positioned to take advantage.
Although often ignored, this vibrant Asian democracy will light the way for emerging markets in 2013. Here are the country’s brightest investment opportunities now.
Bill Ackman is getting squeezed on his Herbalife short by hedge fund managers who don't like him much. Never disclose your shorts.
The mid-sized chain is in a good position to grab market share in the cutthroat U.S. retail business.
Booming business in the region helped fuel another strong quarter for the agribusiness giant—and bigger gains could be on the way.
Expectations are modest as the latest parade of results kicks off, but some sectors are poised for gains. Here are some potential winners and losers.
Despite staggering levels of short interest, shares of casual apparel retailer Buckle have produced enviable long-term gains. But the shorts could eventually have their day.
Moving into car sharing will help the nation’s third-biggest auto-rental company reel in the competition.