When it comes to getting rich, the best textbook may be Forbes' billionaires list. After all, who better to show the right steps to financial freedom than the world's most successful men and women? And, with a new list fresh off the presses, what better time could there be to reap their wisdom?
There are plenty of investors worried about the year ahead. But even as many companies are likely to scale back, others are still expected to grow nicely in 2013. Here are five companies where analysts see revenue and earnings growing by at least 20 percent next year.
Like most investing, you're not protected from market meltdown, and there's always the risk of missing out on a star.
Executives ask themselves daily: "What can I do to give my company an edge?" Studies show that the answer may be as simple as hiring more women for executive and board of director roles. So you just might want to invest in these six companies that have done just that.
Shares in Lululemon Athletica rallied sharply Friday after the maker of yoga-inspired athletic apparel reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings and raised its full-year outlook.
Today's exponential e-book growth has inspired a gold-rush mentality in enterprising authors. They're taking charge of their own distribution and promotion through a variety of unorthodox strategies.