Investors see value in Hewlett-Packard and growth in ChannelAdvisor.
The retail giant doesn't always get the credit it deserves for operating one of the most efficient businesses in the world.
Current conditions are a perfect recipe for ringing the register. The hottest stocks, in particular, could see some real mayhem ahead.
Expect to see more M&A activity involving developers and marketers of antibiotics.
Investors would be wise to watch for the predictable summer swoon in the shares of video-game companies. Catalysts are in place for a strong second half of 2013.
The CEO's decision to take out the blogging site is about as unimaginative as it gets.
Taking over the popular blogging platform is a smart idea, but with a price tag of $1.1 billion it's a huge gamble for CEO Marissa Mayer.
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