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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.

Rio Tinto Offers $3.5 Billion for Riversdale Mining

Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto (RIO) made a $3.5 billion bid for Riversdale Mining (RFLMF). The offer values Riversdale at about A$15 a share, Reuters reported. That%u2019s a 6% premium on Riversdale%u2019s close on Dec. 3. The shares rose today to A$16.31 each.

The Most Profitable Industries for the Next Three Years

IBISWorld Research has uncovered five industries that managed to stay extremely profitable during 2010 -- and these industries are their picks to be the most for the next three years. Investors, too, could boost their profits by focusing on them.

Goldcorp to Buy Andean Resources for $3.4 Billion

Goldcorp Inc. (GG) will purchase Andean Resources Limited (AND) for about C$3.6 billion ($3.4 billion). Andean%u2019s principal asset is its Cerro Negro gold project in Argentina, the companies said in a statement. Cerro Negro currently has reported indicated resources of 2.54 million ounces of gold and 23.56 million ounces of silver.

Rio Tinto dumps its Chinese investor

Metals and mining giant Rio Tinto (RTP) will walk away from a multi-billion dollar investment from China's Chinalco. Instead of closing its...