Whether Disney's Iron Man 3 or Comcast's Despicable Me 2, the world could not get enough of big Hollywood movies in 2013. If these companies are correct, the world will also not be able to get enough of big Hollywood movie theme parks.
In 2007, Sean "Diddy" Combs turned Diageo's struggling Ciroc vodka into one of the company's best-selling brands. Can Diddy do the same with DeLeon Tequila?
This Force is strong with The Walt Disney Company. The latest Star Wars announcement proves this.
The Marvel film rights are a complicated mess. Those rights will become a little less complicated if Comcast is not careful, though.
Comic-book films have very quickly become the main focus of major movie studios such as Walt Disney, Lions Gate Entertainment, Sony's Columbia Pictures, Twenty-First Century Fox, and Viacom. See what 2014's film lineup has in store for comic book fans and investors alike.
The Rolling Stones summed it up perfectly in their 1969 hit song "You Can't Always Get What You Want." This is true about life, love, politics ... and movies and a TV show for Marvel Comics.
Marvel's The Avengers celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. That's 50 years of comics, TV shows, video games, toys, and now a multi-billion dollar franchise of movies. If not for a potential financial mistake, however, The Avengers might never have seen the light of day.
Disney has some of the world's most recognizable brands and characters in the world, but did you know that there are many smaller parts of Disney that often fly under the radar? While Pixar's movie magic and Marvel's superhero box office dominance are the most visible, there are three lesser known aspects of Disney that investors shouldn't overlook.
Fan favorite writer-director joins Walt Disney's and Netflix's Daredevil TV project.
Twitter is more than just platform for awful celebrities to go on hate-filled rants. Twitter can also be an innovative and useful tool for multi-billion dollar businesses.
Ranked No. 61 on APCO Insight's "The 100 Most Loved Companies," Tim Hortons is likely the most iconic brand you've never heard of. If the company's management has its way, we in the U.S. might soon come to love this Canadian brand as well.
Latin America's economic slowdown continues to be a challenge for McDonald's and Burger King, but the country still represents an immense growth opportunity.
College enrollment is rising, while student housing supply is declining. This presents a great opportunity to invest in the likes of American Campus Communities, EdR, and Campus Crest Communities.
The robots are coming. And I, for one, welcome our new cybernetic overlords.
"The (insert popular U.S. brand) of (insert emerging market)." Often these phrases can mean very little, but occasionally they can mean everything.
In recent years, this traditionally European food has quickly become one of America's fastest-growing food products.
Although Brazil has been more risk than reward in recent years, the country remains an attractive investment opportunity. You just need to know where to look. We take a glance at Visa, Cielo, and Itau Unibanco.
The world's population is estimated to hit 9.1 billion by 2050. That is a lot of mouths to feed.
The obvious companies in this emerging wearable technology space are not necessarily the best ways to play it.
Immense potential vs. a disappointing past. Which will ultimately come out on top?