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Stocks ended off session lows but the Dow still finished in negative territory Wednesday, as investors took a pause amid a lack of significant market catalysts and after the S&P briefly hit its highest level since December 2007.
Best Buy shares traded down more than two percent in after-hours trading Wednesday on a report that the electronics retailer may be considering other options besides going private.
Bulls say Amazon is a future growth story but the growth rate is slowing, too.
Microsoft's Surface Pro made its debut over the weekend, but many consumers were disappointed when they realized retailers didn't have the new tablets in stock.
The convergence of increasingly accurate weather forecasts and the explosion of the social media channel is super-charging the effect of Winter Storm "Nemo" on the Northeast's economy.
Many top U.S. retailers reported strong January sales after offering compelling merchandise that drew in shoppers facing a hit to their take-home pay from higher payroll taxes.
Retailers selling televisions cut prices going into this Super Bowl with deeper discounts than a year ago, according to reports.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reveals which ads were among the favorites with fans at last night's big game. And, Herb Greenberg reports BlackBerry and Best Buy tried their hand at Super Bowl ads this year.
Anthony Chukumba, BB&T Capital Markets, discusses his upgrade on Best Buy, and explains where he sees growth for the electronic retailer.
The company has proven they can deliver year-over-year revenue and earnings growth along with free cash flow, all while maintaining zero debt.
After getting crushed by big-box stores during the 1980s and 1990s, mom-and-pop shops are enjoying a rebirth among some U.S. consumers. Is the Internet finally democratizing the retail space?
A caller prompts Jim Cramer to study up on Monmouth & Federal Mogul.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
We sit here puzzled every day about how Nokia or Hewlett-Packard or Best Buy or Research In Motion could go up over and over again on such little news. To Jim Cramer, though, that's not the right observation.
Microsoft is rolling out its second version of its tablet called the Surface Windows 8 Pro on Feb. 9 with a starting price tag of $899.
Notice the gains in some surprising stocks? Cramer worries they're not entirely sustainable.
The International Longshoremen's Association and the U.S. Maritime Alliance (USMX)are racing to avert a Feb. 7th strike of 14,500 longshoremen members in 14 major East Coast ports, including hubs in New York and New Jersey.
Stocks finished largely unchanged in lackluster trading Friday as investors remained on the sidelines ahead of next week's flurry of earnings reports, but still pulled off their second-straight weekly gain.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com, weighs in on whether it is time for Apple to drop Best Buy, and why it may not be in the tech giant's best interest to produce cheaper versions of its products.