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Under the Radar: Health Care Stocks That Could Soar

When most investors think of "under the radar" stocks, they think of small caps. But in this short video, Hilary Kramer discusses three health care stocks that are not that well known, but that she thinks will do very well for investors. Two of them have market caps in the billions.

Verizon Wireless 4G Network Details to Be Revealed

Waiting for the nitty-gritty details about Verizon Wireless' long-awaited 4G network? Step back here after noon Wednesday, when company executives plan to dish out some new information on their plans for the major high-speed upgrade.

Gary Shilling on The Age of Deleveraging

Economist Gary Shilling, who correctly predicted the financial collapse, just released a new book, The Age of Deleveraging which explains why inflation is not what investors should be fearing, but rather deflation. Shilling also gives ten investments investors should now make.

How Black Friday Got Its Name

Why is Black Friday called Black Friday? For centuries, the name usually meant a day of calamity, first for political unrest, and later for financial...

Stocks May Be Ready to
Catch Their Breath

Stocks don't move in a straight line, and a relatively light week of earnings reports and economic data should give the market a much-needed break after the major indexes have run up to two-year highs. But long-term, the direction still looks upward [VIDEO].

Face-Off: Health and Diet Stocks [VIDEO]

As we approach the cyclically sweet period between New Year's resolutions and swimsuit season, investors may think there are profitable opportunities in companies focused on diet and exercise. But you may be wise not to gorge on the stocks.

YouTube CEO Chad Hurley to Move to Advisory Role

Chad Hurley, co-founder and CEO of YouTube, will move to an advisory role at the company, TechCrunch said. Hurley is working on other projects and will focus on them when he becomes an adviser at the Google (GOOG) subsidiary, TechCrunch reported. He declined to give details on the other projects.

Skype's New CEO Has a Tough Job Ahead of Him

It's obvious why Tony Bates, the incoming CEO of Skype, was tapped for the gig: The upstart communications company needs a serious player at the helm to help it crack the corporate market. But solving the many problems of wild child Skype won't be easy for the ex-Cisco executive.