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Surprising many legal scholars, several U.S. Supreme Court justices exhibited tremendous skepticism -- even hostility -- to President Obama's healthcare reform law at oral arguments.
Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy reported a huge fourth-quarter loss and is closing stores. Is it the next Sears?
Ever wonder why corporate profit margins are so high during an anemic economic recovery? It's all about government stimulus. When it stops, so do the record profit margins.
Academic studies conclude that companies headed by CEOs with military experience outperform other companies.
Investors are fearful of the patent cliff that many drugmakers face over the next few years, but Merck is one drugmaker that is primed to buck the trend.
Burton Malkiel's recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal puts into question his efficient-market beliefs.
Energy service stocks are in retreat after Baker Hughes lowers its forecast for first-quarter earnings. Don't panic! Jim says that oil-focused energy service stocks remain healthy.
With eight MLP ETFs and ETNs to choose from, how to choose between them? Why individual MLPs may be the better choice.
Apple is finally returning some of its cash to shareholders in the form of both a regular dividend and a stock buyback. Is this the best use of cash by the tech giant?
Edmund Harriss of the Guinness Atkinson China & Hong Kong Fund (ICHKX) says sector selection is key to continue profiting from China despite the country's economic slowdown.