10 red-hot growth companies for 2014

The economy may be slowing, but these 10 companies are posting big growth in sales and profits -- and experts expect them to keep up the pace through 2014.

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May 1, 2013 9:12PM
Your comment concerning car salesman is humorous considering Wall Street's reputation! I can tell you one thing for sure alot more people have been screwed over by "Wall Street professionals" than "sleazy" car salesmen!
May 1, 2013 11:16PM

So get past the car salesman dig and look at the car and the company.

No help from the feds, developed their own technology, and made a great car.

Now compare that to the Fisker and let me know what that idiots in Washington were thinking.

BTW the sedan is as fast in the quarter mile as a corvette. Instant electric torque. It is also comfortable and looks great.



May 1, 2013 10:43PM
your comment on salespeople, is way off base, whats the matter, didn't you get your way last time you bought a car, did mommy yell at you, you sir are a disgrace to journalists everywhere, you have no class, and if your boss had any sense he, or she should fire you.....and no I am not a salesperson, just a RETIRED OLD VET, that would like to meet you in person...just for you I will pretend I am a salesperson, call me sleezy to my face, be sure of this, you better practice getting up, repeatidly.... 
Apr 24, 2013 9:25AM
so is this a buy list or sell list? 
May 2, 2013 8:31AM
I sold cars for over 43 years ; and most of my customers ; I sold several cars as well as their family ect
May 2, 2013 7:10AM

Oh yes GREAT call Obama network!!! They are going bankrupt after stealing our tax dollars for supporting the worthless thing we have in the oval office.


They build $hit!


May 2, 2013 2:16PM
Never even heard of even one of these "giants." I don't see anything in America growing other than prices and the "healthcare" industry.  In my area, construction is down with the exception of health related construction and that is booming!  A new "medical facility" was going up. No name.  Just construction, but it was obvious by the shape it would be a medical establishment.  Yes, loading and unloading area under shelter, windows like doc rooms, the dome and now it has a name, with the "snakes" symbols of  healtcare.  A medical college will soon be ready.  hospital wings are being added....America is under attack....from heathcare and insurance! We are doomed!  Relentless "ask your doctor" ads must be working!  If America is this sick, we couldn't defend ourselves against a boy scout troop!!!
May 2, 2013 1:03PM
What kind of statement is that, "And with any luck, the Silicon Valley-based car company will keep sleazy car salesmen out of its showrooms, too" I have been a car salesman for years, and I've also been in finance and insurance. I am not a sleazy, nor am I a bad person. I give to people who have less than I do, and I help people that need my help when I can. Who do you think you are to criticize a whole segment of society without a 2nd thought of the many innocent people you are hurting.
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