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Investors must not only determine whether management’s interest is aligned with shareholders, but also the extent to which they add value to the business.
China's economy may finally be rebounding, but U.S. investors in Chinese ADRs may find it difficult to benefit.
Tuesday’s blockbuster agreement will increase the size of the video streaming company’s movie library—but the competition continues to close in.
The auto parts chain was a top performer during the recession. Can it keep rising now that drivers are starting to trade in their old clunkers?
The electronics chain is attracting more browsers and fewer buyers as the crucial Christmas season nears. And its founder’s buyout plan looks shaky.
As corporate security breaches rise in frequency and severity, this company serves as the “911” for data managers worldwide.
New research concludes that investors can benefit from the January Effect without dumpster diving in microcaps or companies with scary price declines. Jim offers some ideas.
Many companies are making one-time payouts ahead of a likely dividend tax hike in early 2013. Here’s how to take maximum advantage.
Shares of the beleaguered smartphone maker have been surging on renewed hope for its new BB10 devices. Can its run continue?
The company built its film business on a string of successful acquisitions, and its latest purchase—Star Wars creator Lucasfilm—looks like a great fit.