Six Stocks to Buy for Real Revenue Growth in 2011

The path to profits for most of Corporate America lately has been cutting costs rather than raising revenue. But a careful look reveals a few companies that are poised to deliver real revenue growth. We've found six with a plus: Their stocks look like bargains.

Pharmaceuticals Reveal Latest on Blood Disease Drugs

At the 52nd annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology, which wraps up Tuesday, Novartis, Celgene and Seattle Genetics revealed the latest news from their studies on blood diseases and cancers. But despite some positive results, all three had down days in the stock market.

Deutsche Bank Initiates Coverage of Biotech Stocks

Several biotech stocks were on the move Monday after Deutsche Bank initiated coverage on some of them. The bank's analyst, Robyn Karnauskas, took a generally wary view on the biotech sector, only putting buy ratings on Gilead and Dendreon.

Celgene to Buy Abraxis for $2.9 Billion

Biotechnology company Celgene (CELG) announced it is buying Abraxis BioScience (ABII) for $2.9 billion in cash and stock. With this acquisition, Ceglene is expanding its portfolio of cancer treatments.

Health-Care Sector Appears to Rally As Reform Chances Dim

President Obama can't be pleased by the loss of a Democratic Senate seat which jeopardizes passage of his cherished health-care reform. The news, however, appears to have fueled a mini stock rally in the health-care and pharma sectors wary of how any reform would affect their businesses. The uptrend is expected to continue.

Biotechs That Could Thrive with Health Reform

If the health care bills in Congress become law, the biotech sector may become one of the biggest beneficiaries. Standard & Poor's identifies six stocks and mutual funds that stand to benefit the most from the changes.

Good Results for Celgene's Cancer Drug

Drug maker Celgene (CELG) says its multiple myeloma cancer pill reduced the risk of progression by half among newly diagnosed patients who used the drug and chemotherapy compared with those who only used chemotherapy.