I've seen many heated debates over Nokia's (NYSE: NOK) future. The company is often compared to BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY) as well, but in my opinion, these two fallen phone makers are two different animals. Nokia may have more opportunities (as well as more problems) in their turnaround story than BlackBerry, and here is why.
Is it all about handsets?
President Obama's Affordable Care Act is seemingly shifting the landscape of the healthcare industry. Firms are looking to cut costs to keep up with the expectations of the current administration -- expectations that seek to lower spending on healthcare, while imposing taxes and regulations on many healthcare companies. Healthcare firms need to "get cheaper" to adapt, especially if they want to remain competitive, and many companies are.
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Investing in Microsoft ) can be controversial. Some see it as dead money or don't like the company's management. Others feel it is a sleeping giant, ready to unlock shareholder value. Let's take a closer look at Microsoft's current situation.
price p/e forward p/e debt to equity div yield MSFT 26.74 14.438.31 0.1736 0.92
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The future of long-haul transit and commerce may be in liquid natural gas (LNG). Depending on which state and market, liquid natural gas as a fuel source can be as much as $1.50 a gallon cheaper than traditional gasoline or diesel fuel. It also reduces greenhouse gas emissions significantly (23%-30%) when compared to these other, more traditional fuel sources. LNG also has the potential capability of leading America more »