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  • Stocks opened lower Tuesday, after another batch of earnings reports that showed weak revenues and more evidence of a struggling housing market. Goldman Sachs and IBM tumbled.

  • U.S. stock index futures were sharply lower ahead of the open Tuesday after results after the bell on Monday from IBM and Texas Instruments disappointed investors. But a flurry of reports due to be released ahead of trading could shift sentiment.

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    IBM's disappointing second quarter results will compete with a barrage of corporate earnings reports ahead of Tuesday's opening bell.

  • Stocks opened higher Monday, rebounding off of last week's market selloff—then pulled back. Will a rally form and hold? Robert Doll, vice chairman and chief equity strategist at BlackRock, discussed his market outlook.

  • The Mad Money host gives the lowdown on what you should be watching next week.

  • The Dow fell by triple digits Friday with disappointing earnings from some big banks largely blamed for the weakness. But there may be more than meets the eye...

  • If you're looking for some stability in the markets it may be time to hide out in the food stocks.

  • But it’s the source of the money that matters to stocks, Cramer says.

  • What follows is a look at stocks in the S&P 500 displaying unusual volume in today's trading session.

  • Most bank stocks were higher on Friday after Congress reached a deal on financial reform. Nick Kalivas, vice president of financial research at MF Global and Jim Meyer, CIO and co-founder of Tower Bridge Advisors offered their insights—and 14 favorite stocks.

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    As John Isner's match against Nicolas Mahut yesterday went on and on and on, many began to speculate, what sports drink company would try to cash in the longest tennis match in history?

  • Landon Donovan celebrates after beating Algeria in their 2010 World Cup Group C first round match in Tshwane/Pretoria.

    Landon Donovan scores in stoppage time against Algeria this morning and the United States advances to the next round in the World Cup. So who are the big winners besides the US team themselves?

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    PepsiCo and ThinkSocial, a nonprofit initiative at the Paley Center for Media that advances use of social and mobile media for public purposes, hosted a unique event last week aimed at highlighting the growing buzz around corporate sustainability and using social media to leverage it. Marketing heads from global brands like GE, Timberland, Nokia and PepsiCo were on hand to not only discuss their CSR initiatives but also show how they are embracing their social media networks to leverage brand awareness.

  • Sam's Choice cola

    Wal-Mart Stores is still quenching consumers' thirst for cheap soda, and that's really bad news for private-label soft drink manufacturer Cott.

  • Tiger Woods

    Tiger Woods' loss of endorsement income cost his management company IMG $4.6 million in fees, according to a confidential document reviewed by CNBC. The document provides the most comprehensive financial look into the powerful, but private, sports management company in its 50-year history.

  • The upcoming earnings season will help the markets break out from this narrow trading range, said Robert Zagunis, co-portfolio manager at Jensen Investment Management, and Keith Wirtz, president and CIO of Fifth Third Asset Management. They discussed their best plays.

  • Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

  • But is that what Cramer thinks? Read on to find out.

  • Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics

    Vitaminwater has Kobe Bryant and Gatorade has Kevin Garnett, but neither of the sports drink forces owned by Coca-Cola and Pepsi, respectively, was able to sign one of the hottest names coming into the Finals. That man is Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo.

  • Westinghouse solar panels being installed on a roof.

    When executives at Akeena Solar wanted to give their solar panels some mainstream appeal, they looked for a way to bring brand name recognition to their little-known Andalay solar panels. Enter Westinghouse, just one brand that is getting a second life because of its appeal to Baby Boomers.