The Internet bubble has long since past, or so we think. The greater technology sector has lagged the market, but certain Internet stocks are back on the rise, commanding unjustifiable multiples while offering little substance to shareholders.
Various new keywords have driven investment attention towards companies that tout them, and, for some stocks, rightfully so. Some of these keywords are cloud computing, do-it-yourself web design, search engine optimization, and internet more »
A new, general market survey confirms the dire predictions made by health insurance analysts: the new federal health care law will "negatively impact the bottom line" of many U.S. firms.
This adverse impact will harm not just profitability, and dividends, but new capital equipment investment, in computers and networking technology, as well will be a drain on “general market conditions,” according to the survey of CEOs by Cbeyond (NASDAQ: CBEYmore »)