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J.C. Penney’s turnaround isn’t as grand as you may have thought.
If you thought the iPhone 5s was expensive, just imagine a flagship phone that costs $100 more. One analyst believes a move like this could boost Apple's stock price.
The blue chips finished down 67 points today, but McDonald's jumped on comments about increasing its share buyback. Meanwhile, American Eagle shares tumbled after its earnings report came out.
A new survey showed Pandora leading streaming services in listeners. But what does that mean for the company's ability to stay ahead of Spotify?
3D NAND industry is poised to skyrocket. Have you prepared your portfolio accordingly?
TD Ameritrade crosses the 500,000 mark for the first time in its history.
Teen retailers are facing heavy headwinds, but some companies in the sector may turn out to be buying opportunities for contrarian investors.
High-flying stocks suffered big reversals Tuesday as market sentiment got less frothy. Find out why financials were among the casualties today.
The hope of video ads may make Twitter stock worth holding on to.
After a strong recent run, are shares in Merck (NYSE: MRK) still worth buying?
Despite another bullish analyst action, Facebook's shares retreat from their all-time high
Loss of momentum from some high-flying stocks took the broader market down modestly, but these three stocks were among those taking the brunt of the bearish sentiment today. Find out why here.
13 deaths. Congressional hearings. This recall is shaping up as a big test for new CEO Mary Barra.
eBay management should listen to activist Carl Icahn because there really is a lot of value in PayPal.
The stock market's losses steepened Tuesday in a more wide-ranging drop among many different stocks. Yet these three companies proved immune to the declines, rising substantially. Find out more about why these three stocks soared.
While Intel's success in smartphones is limited today, its close-second position in cellular basebands could prove the ultimate long-term competitive differentiator.
Was there a 14-nanometer smartphone chip that got cancelled as Intel pulled in its successor, or did it simply never exist?
Massive revenue growth at CRM provider Salesforce.com is masking serious problems, and as costs rise faster than revenue, it's only a matter of time until the situation becomes unsustainable. Competition from companies like Microsoft isn't helping, and Salesforce's strategy will eventually fall apart.
Obsolete Pakistani C-130 models are due for an upgrade.
Microsoft isn't giving up on its Office for Apple's Mac computers after all.