Retail numbers popped in March, Twitter employees will soon be able to sell their shares on the open market, and one possible play on the upcoming "Internet of Things," on today's Investor Beat.
One Big Data play on the Internet of Things, and one railroad stock to watch, as our analysts tell investors what's on their radars this week.
Despite a larger than expected share buyback program, Canadian Pacific can't afford not to reward shareholders with a dividend increase.
Can Canadian National and Canadian Pacific overcome a rough start to 2014?
Rail operators have enjoyed the market's favor in recent years, and there are plenty of signs that the rail-transit renaissance should continue.
Railroads are an excellent barometer of the health of the economy and so far in 2014 rail traffic is pointing to a slowdown in the first-quarter economy in North America.
Will 2014 be another record setting year for North America's railroads?
The premium on railroad stocks is justified as the economy continues to improve.
Canadian National delivers record volume and revenue, and declares a dividend increase.
A record-setting financial and operational performance may not do much for this expensive stock.