The market overall is a muddle -- and likely to stay that way. Second quarters are often dicey.
Corporate profits and share prices are at all-time highs, but companies have been tightfisted with their cash, reluctant to hire more workers or invest in new equipment.
Instead of racing against each other, the companies are banding together to fight diabetes, arthritis and Alzheimer's.
What will the financial mad scientists think of next? The following unorthodox funds are a great way to diversify.
A lackluster 2013 has been followed by a bit of bad news -- but there is a buying opportunity on a blue-chip mainstay with a history of putting investors first.
Information about your prescriptions is routinely bought and resold. IMS Health, one of the most active traders in the field, wants to go public.
Despite larger dividends and more stock buybacks, the top 19 saw cash gains of nearly 22% in the last year.
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