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The Coca-Cola Company is one of the greatest growth stocks of all time. Roberto Goizueta, who was Coke's CEO from 1980-1997, was a large part of that success.
Investing Daily's look at the best investment themes for 2012 continues with emerging markets and retailers taking the spotlight.
The best investment themes for 2012 share an uncanny resemblance with the winning sectors of 2011. For specific stock ideas, read on.
The time for a Santa Claus rally starts now. Jim provides five stocks that have provided investors with Christmas cheer for ten consecutive years.
Andrea Jung made history when she became Avon's first female CEO in 1999, but Avon is in dire straits and her refusal to bow out gracefully is jeopardizing her legacy.
Express Scripts may not be allowed to merge with Medco, but Walgreen's latest earnings report shows that drugstores are the real losers.
Sometimes you need to be a jerk to be a great CEO. Just ask USA Today founder Al Neuharth.
Pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts aims to supersize its profits by merging with Medco Health Solutions, but antitrust concerns may block the deal.
Warren Buffett's new-found interest in Japanese stocks is directly related to their historic cheapness. Simply put, Japan is a value investor's dream.
Gold's recent price drop is making investors question its safe-haven status. Long term, Jim remains bullish on gold but he isn't buying yet, either.