Our annual look at where to put your money in the coming year.
A time-tested group of elite fund managers offer their best stock ideas for 2014.
By Jon Birger and Scott Medintz
Plus: Bill Gross on the outlook for bonds
It's getting harder to find undervalued assets, but our panel of market experts has plenty of smart ideas. Interview by Geoff Colvin
Uncertainty over Obamacare has caused an overly aggressive selloff in health-related real estate stocks. By Janice Revell
Over the past decade or so, trading has become dizzyingly complex and frenetic. So how have investors fared? Surprisingly well. By Lauren Silva Laughlin; graphics by Nicolas Rapp
Jeffrey Sprecher bought a commodities exchange for $1, built it into a powerhouse energy trader called ICE -- aided by his wife and colleague, Kelly Loeffler -- and took it public at a valuation of $1.4 billion. Now that he has acquired the New York Stock Exchange, can he stop its slide? By Carol J. Loomis
The company is still a profit machine, but its growth is slowing, and its reputation has been singed by questions about its journalistic independence. With an internal war raging between old and new factions, can it figure out what it wants to be? By Peter Elkind
In a digital era does youth trump experience?
Taking Social Security: A question of how long you think you'll live.
The fracking backlash will hurt Democrats (yes, Democrats).
Hammacher Schlemmer, the oldest catalogue in America, gets a remodeling. By Ryan Bradley
Retailing is abuzz over Starbucks' Venti push into supermarkets. By Beth Kowitt
Carrie Banahan, the director of the only state-based health care exchange in the South. By Jen Wieczner
How BMW focused on its design and production to boost sales in China. By Craig Giammona
John Tu didnâÄôt know much about storage when he started Kingston Technology. But he knew how to sell it. Interview by Dinah Eng
The threat of Apple's next move looms large over streaming-media pioneer Roku. Not that itâÄôs worried. By Chanelle Bessette
A dream team of Cisco veterans returns from retirement to take on the company's biggest threat to date. By Michal Lev-Ram
Can the tech industry find a way to make money with same-day delivery? The clock is ticking. By JP Mangalindan
In journalism these days, it seems that trouble -- or at least complication -- is never very far away. By Andy Serwer