For Tuesday October 6, TheStreet is paying close attention to two big companies coming out with their latest financial data as earnings season starts to pick up once again.
Apple (AAPL) shares bucked the upward trend in tech stocks after Citigroup analysts cut iPhone sales estimates on Monday.
It's the one year anniversary of Apple pay (AAPL) this month and so far the results have been distinctly underwhelming.
American Apparel was once one of the hottest clothing companies but for years has found itself making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Jim Cramer is watching PepsiCo (PEP) and its snack business, Frito Lay, when the company reports quarterly results before the opening bell on Tuesday.
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