fool — Cuts to its interactive division show a commitment to focus and profitability at Disney.
fool — Apple may still be 20% off its all-time stock highs, but three catalysts in particular over the next 12 months could help to close that gap.
fool — Sony and Panasonic think it's time for an even beefier optical disc standard. But this one's not headed to your living room quite yet.
fool — A $20 increase may not seem like much, but it could demonstrate the power of Amazon's model.
fool — Home Depot and Las Vegas Sands both slump; Krispy Kreme Donuts orders more of its own shares in a buyback.
fool — Is this meaningful or just another movement?
consumerismcommentary — Wages for the working class tie directly to the performance of the overall economy. When the largest group of consumers feels they have money to spend, they will do so. This spending may be to the detriment of their own quest for financial independence, but it also allows businesses to...
fool — Activision and EA are falling behind in the DLC race, according to a recent survey from GameSpot GameTrax. What are the main reasons for this decline, and why does it matter?
fool — Think the foreclosure epidemic is over? Here's why you should still be concerned.
fool — Serious investors must know the difference between great investments and speculative casino chips. These three stocks only qualify as gambles.
fool — More market share doesn't necessarily mean more revenues.
fool — While some argue that Intel is releasing its phone SoC, known as SoFIA, just for show, there is a legitimate business argument for this product's existence.
fool — McDonald’s latest test move may be just what the doctor ordered.
fool — Pandora is on top of its game. Now it needs to go.
fool — Microsoft faces a new challenge to its Windows operating system as Google Chromebooks are growing in popularity in the United States.
fool — Should Apple try to grab a piece of Google's lucrative search pie?
moneyweek — British banks are still in the post-crisis recovery position. Look at what they do, not what they say, to see which ones are progressing, says James Ferguson.The post What’s wrong with Britain’s banks? was first published on MoneyWeek.
moneyweek — Our leaders - both elected and non-elected - are planning to have a go at the personal finances of anyone they consider to be even vaguely rich.The post The threats to the rich was first published on MoneyWeek.
fool — The EIA forecasts slow growth of natural gas as a vehicle fuel until 2030. Clean Energy Fuels and Westport Innovations reported more losses for 2013. Are these companies healthy enough to hang on?
fool — Best Buy is tapping SolarCity to advance its electronics service options by adding solar generation.
moneyweek — Europe could be in for 25 years of stagnation, says Bill Bonner.The post Mortgage-meat scandal was first published on MoneyWeek.
fool — Oil sands company Suncor has production planned out for the next 50 years and is distributing huge amounts of cash to investors.
fool — NQ is one of the most controversial technology companies since the Muddy Waters short report. We may be close to the resolution.
fool — Why General Electric, Gogo, and Dollar General stocks are on the move today.