As markets tumble, a fund manager recommends shares of 10 companies, including AT&T, Verizon and McDonald's.
Risk-averse investors might like this fund's size, safety and stability.
Among this week's crowded field of stock market debuts, the premium tea retailer ranks as a favorite because of its growth story.
Coca-Cola's volume strategy may be a long-run winner.
Activist investor Carl Icahn claims the household name could be worth $100 per share. What should investors do?
Like the trusted brands of Clorox or the natural resources of Petrohawk, there are assets in this country worth far more to bigger companies than they are in the stock market.
The company's franchising strategy and expansion opportunities will make it a worthwhile investment after it goes public.
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