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Satellite radios -- totally over-hyped? Unlikely to be saved by the holiday shopping rush. The news keeps getting worse and worse. S&P today downgrading XM Satellite radio shares to sell from hold. S&P expecting the company to give up its marketshare to Sirius. But Sirius had its share of bad news as well...
Stocks closed higher following mostly positive news about the U.S. economy and gains from several major blue-chip companies.
Today is the last day in CNBC’s "Biggest Loser" series – for now. This is where we look at stocks on the S&P that did badly this year--but could be in line for a turnaround. CNBC's Erin Burnett had RBC Capital Markets analyst David Bank on to talk about XM Satellite Radio. The stock is down 44% since January – but it rebounded about 28% last month.
NASCAR ain’t just whistling Dixie: It’s alive and kicking all over America. CNBC’s Darren Rovell proved it in Times Square, where he spoke to some of the racing association’s biggest names. Top drivers toured New York City streets for the fourth straight year, garnering applause while reconfirming the auto sport’s rising popularity beyond its Southern roots.
TiVo set-top boxes can bring the immediate past back to life. But who can resuscitate TiVo? With consumer electronics a growing tradition for holiday shopping lists, the company once reaped big Yuletide benefits. But TiVo has seen better holidays.