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  • Futures pointed to a higher open Tuesday, indicating a comeback from the previous session's steep nosedive, as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's statement later this afternoon.

  • The "Mad Money" host reveals his "Game Plan" for the days to come.

  • Tim Geithner

    Timothy F. Geithner, the Treasury secretary and dean of President Obama’s economic team, is expected to stay through the president’s term after intense White House pressure, according to officials familiar with the discussions. The New York Times Reports.

  • How should you trade CBS earnings, a big Walmart downgrade and the latest sales data from Ford.  Get the word on the Street, here!

  • China has become known as the epicenter for producing a wide variety of counterfeit and bootlegged consumer products, but a trend has emerged over the past few years of faking full retail operations.A relatively new phenomenon, these rogue counterfeit businesses are a problem for companies that are trying to establish a brand image in China’s emerging economy. While some of these operations sell actual products from the legitimate companies, many simply copy the retail format, right down to even

    China has become known as the epicenter for a wide variety of counterfeit consumer products, but a trend has emerged over the past few years of faking full retail operations.

  • Despite market shittishness over the U.S. debt deal, some value investors continue to look for attractive long-term opportunities in any exaggerated moves to the downside. Here's portfolio manager Jason Clark's Top 10 value picks.

  • Man and woman with shopping bags in mall

    Another product scandal has hit China. But instead of exporting tainted products to America such as when unscrupulous executives sent foul-smelling drywall destined for homes in Florida or produced lead coated toys for Mattel, this time Chinese executives allegedly have been bilking their own countrymen.

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • Judson Laipply became as big of an Internet sensation as one could become. His 2006 YouTube posting of “The Evolution of Dance” has been seen by more than 177 million people. That led to a second version, "The Evolution of Dance 2," which also proved to be a hit. On Monday, Laipply took it a step further as ESPN, and its ad firm Wieden + Kennedy, commissioned him to do “The Evolution Of The Touchdown Dance.”

  • Netflix

    Among large corporations reporting earnings this week, Netflix will release second-quarter-figures on Monday after the bell. Shares of the online movie-rental company are up 162 percent in the past year.

  • Spider-man

    During the last few years, Kevin Feige has become one of the most powerful people in movies. Though Warner Brothers and its DC Comics unit have strained to turn their lesser-known superheroes like Green Lantern into film stars, Mr. Feige has been on a tear, the New York Times reports.

  • Hulu Plus on an iPad

    Hulu has helped to free television from the tyranny of the TV set, but questions about how to make money off online content pose a challenge to the Web site’s future and eventual buyer, the New York Times reports.

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    Apple is in talks to potentially bid for video-streaming service Hulu, according to a person close to the situation.

  • Stocks closed sharply higher Thursday after EU leaders agreed on a final bailout package for Greece, in addition to an encouraging report on the Fed's mid-Atlantic manufacturing survey and some robust earnings reports.

  • Stocks gained across the board Thursday amid signs of progress on debt deals in Europe and U.S., in addition to an encouraging report on the Fed's mid-Atlantic manufacturing survey and some robust earnings reports.

  • Stocks rallied across the board Thursday after some positive economic news, a draft document showing plans for a wide-ranging response to the euro zone debt crisis, in addition to a handful of positive earnings news.

  • Winnie the Pooh

    Hollywood’s formula for freshening up old cartoon characters like Alvin and the Chipmunks and the Smurfs goes something like this: Reformulate them in 3-D, give them a skateboard and sunglasses, add some dance moves and inundate children and their nostalgic parents with advertising the New York Times reports.

  • CNBC.com Market Outlook

    The week's top business news and investment advice, including retail picks, gaming stocks and railway bets.

  • A massive new effort to crack down on intellectual property theft spans industries and every point of the content creation and distribution chain. It's called "Copyright Alert System" and it aims to stop people pirating from pirating content online, by very simply preventing them from surfing the web.

  • hulu.com

    Hulu is on track to “approach half a billion in 2011 revenue” this year as the number of paying subscribers increases. Hulu, the Q2 leader in U.S. online video advertising, has seen a 67% growth in content hours since its launch in November.