With the tech icon's stock languishing near $400, this would be a surefire way to trigger a 50% gain.
Reed Hastings' miscalculations, stubborn way and penchant for hefty spending will doom his company.
Manufacturing pay in China has nearly tripled over the past decade. A similar rise in the US would have factory workers cheering, though not without potential consequences.
German audio equipment maker Sennheiser knows a thing or two about perfection. And about having a simple, productive innovation process.
The 'Today' anchor is increasingly unpopular with viewers, but the quiz show's producers are eyeing him to replace Alex Trebek.
The specialty retailer has to evolve its business rapidly to adapt to the changing market.
There are three contenders and at least one wildcard entry in the battle for 2013 tablet sales.
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