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Wall Street suffered through another rough day Monday, with stocks dropping more than 1 percent on worries over the effect the European debt crisis would have on the global economy.
The long-rumoured Google Nexus 7 tablet may have been leaked, according to reports. Gizmodo Australia said it had viewed a training document for the device, which is said to run a Tegra 3 chip and sport Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google's Android mobile OS.
If you hold onto an investment for longer than five days, consider yourself the new millennium’s version of Benjamin Graham.
Take a look at some of Monday’s morning movers:
Netflix bulls felt as smooth as Don Draper of Mad Men in the first quarter of this year, only to then find themselves as lonely as Steven Van Zandt’s character in Lillehammer in the second quarter.
Microsoft and Madison Avenue are in a battle unlike anything we’ve seen for years. They’re fighting over the future of Internet advertising, and the $70 billion annual global ad business is at stake.
Bed Bath & Beyond is up 41 percent over the past 12 months. But shares tumbled more than 15 percent on Thursday following a weaker-than-expected profit outlook for the current quarter. Is this a minor hiccup or a long-term setback for the home furnishing store?
With a job fair on Wall Street, America’s financial titans are making a major push to find fresh talent among returning war veterans.
Adobe beats earnings but shares fall; Jamie Dimon takes to Capitol Hill again but little new is learned; Wall Street waits to see what the Fed will do tomorrow; Steve Wynn’s former wife sues to sell her shares.
Although Groupon shares have taken a beating since their market debut last year, one analyst thinks the stock is nearing a range in which it is fully valued.
When Facebook spacer went public a month ago today, the early betting was that it would storm out of the IPO chute and usher in a new wave of tech stock offerings. Some went so far as to compare its impact to that of Google's 2004 IPO
Mobile map applications may be the next battlefield in the smartphone war between Apple and Google, the New York Times reports.
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Take a look at some of Friday’s morning movers:
Jamie Dimon faces the Senate Banking Committee; Dick Clark Productions up for sale; Greek bank withdrawals increase ahead of the election; Spain credit rating is slashed; Tim Geithner discusses jobs growth.
Buying a stock like Amazon.com because you have a familiarity with the name of the company and enjoy the products is a terrific way to get your head handed to you.
On Friday, eBay embarked on a nationwide tour to introduce potential users to its new simplified selling process. The company’s efforts are part of its stepped-up focus on generating more fashion sales.
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Ben Bernanke underwhelms traders in his regular visit to Capitol Hill, Starbucks gets ready to roll out the K-Cups, Best Buy Chairman resigns, Barnes & Noble doesn’t like the e-book settlement.
Sean Parker transformed the music industry once with Napster, now he's doing it again with Spotify, where he's now a Board Member. He and Spotify CEO Daniel Ek took the stage at the D conference to talk about Spotify's new music model.