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Sears is a mess, but in his annual letter to shareholders today, Chairman Eddie Lampert compared the company with Apple.
Two to one declining to advancing stocks Wednesday; not as bad as yesterday, but volume tending toward the heavy side again.
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Despite comparing with weak numbers from a year ago, game software sales were down 5 percent last month versus 12 months earlier, coming in at $576 million, according to NPD Group, which tracks the industry.
With the debut of public offerings from Demand Media and Nielsen already this year, analysts expect the tech industry to see a large number of new issuances in 2011.
Stocks held slight gains after a slew of economic news, including rising inflation and strong regional manufacturing data. Intel rose, while AmEx fell. .
After two consistent years of negative growth, investors in the video game industry are hoping for things to start turning around in 2011, but they may have to wait a little longer for that to happen.
With the risk of Netflix missing analysts’ earnings estimates on the horizon, now is a good time for bearish bets against the movie-rental company’s stock, hedge fund Noster Capital said on Thursday.