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  • The wealthiest man in Ohio is a lingerie salesman 

    L Brands CEO Les Wexner is worth more than $7.5 billion. He founded the company that owns Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works and he hasn't lost his touch. The stock is near its all-time high.

  • Macaroni & cheers! Buffett's Heinz buys Kraft 

    Heinz, owned by Berkshire Hathaway and private equity firm 3G, are scooping up the maker of Velveeta. Will Warren Buffett look to acquire even more food companies?

  • SeaWorld fights back against 'Blackfish' backlash 

    SeaWorld's attendance, revenues and stock have fallen due to concerns about the treatment of its killer whales. Is a new ad campaign too little too late?

  • Social media stocks are not a bubble 

    Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter may be a bit pricey. But these leading social media firms are profitable and growing. This is probably not a repeat of 2000.

  • Swoosh! Nike pops despite strong dollar 

    Nike's guidance for its future orders was surprisingly weak. But that's only because of the dollar's surge. Investors are excited that demand remains strong, especially in China and Europe.

  • Who will win CNNMoney's Market Madness? 

    CNNMoney has a stock-picking tournament with a Sweet 16 of companies squaring off against each other. You select the top stock. Is it Apple? Under Armour? Starbucks?

  • Sony surges. Take that, North Korea! 

    Remember that big Sony hack attack because of "The Interview?" Investors don't. The stock is soaring thanks to healthy sales and profits outside of its movie business.

  • Meet the Final Four of fast food 

    Domino's, Papa John's and Pizza Hut are running promotions to take advantage of March Madness. But the big winner will probably be official NCAA sponsor Buffalo Wild Wings.

  • Bad reviews hurting Netflix? 

    Shares of Netflix have fallen more than 10% since House of Cards returned. Some viewers weren't thrilled with the new season. Is that backlash and more streaming competition hurting the company?