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It's the fantasy football playoffs and that means waiver wire pickups are tighter -- and more important -- than ever. Make sure you know who to pick up and start.
As the fantasy football season gets tense, these waiver wire pickups might win you a key game or two down the stretch.
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Shares of Target are sliding in Tuesday trading after the retailer cut its second-quarter profit outlook, citing costs tied to last December's data breach that resulted in stolen customer information.
Shares of credit card processor Visa are slipping in Friday trading after the company reported better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings but trimmed its forecast for annual revenue growth.
The National Basketball Association is said to be attempting to double the TV-rights fees it receives from Disney and Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating possible pricing coordination by Sony's Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Vivendi's Universal Music Publishing, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Cigarette-maker Reynolds American confirmed on Friday that it's in talks to buy smaller rival Lorillard, following months of speculation about a potential deal.