The explosive growth of the Internet has a dark side in cyber-crime -- but these companies are poised to profit from protecting their customers.
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In an industry chock-full of attractive stocks, Seadrill offers a unique combination of growth, value and income -- perfect for playing the surge in natural gas and oil.
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Capital One isn't exactly flying under the radar, but investors might be surprised to learn about its profitable recent moves.
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