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The Bestselling and Most-Wished-For Shoes

Men and women are shopping more for comfortable shoes than dress shoes. These best selling and most wished for lists prove this trend.

New York Senators Vote to Pass Medical Marijuana Bill

NY Senators vote 49-10 to pass medical marijuana bill.

Hockey Legend Mark Messier Is Bringing Hockey to Da Bronx

Mark Messier brought the Stanley Cup to the Rangers and now he's bringing hockey to The Bronx.

Performance Sports Group CEO Hits a Home Run at the NYSE

Performance Sports Group begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange and immediately goes higher.

Quadruple Witching Stirs Up the Volume as Fed Gives a Green Light

Stocks move higher as volume explodes on options expiration.

Senator Rand Paul Offers Medical Marijuana Amendment

Senators Rand Paul and Cory Booker have offered an amendment today to curtail the DEA and DOJ's efforts against marijuana.

The Most Complacent Market Since 1995 Shows Signs of Cracking

At midday, the major indices are trading lower and Mark Newton, Chief Technician at Greywolf Equities, believes stocks will weaken and lose their strength.

Starbucks and FedEx Get Bullish Calls While ConAgra Gets Downgrade

Bullish calls on Starbucks (SBUX) from UBS and FedEx (FDX) from RBC, and a bearish call on ConAgra (CAG) from Bank of America/Merrill Lynch.

Amazon Thinks It Can Beat Blackberry at Smartphones

Amazon may be late to the smartphone market with its new Fire phone, but it clearly thinks it can do better than Blackberry

Sneakers at Work Are Running Up Sales for Nike, Foot Locker

Nike, Foot Locker and Skechers are just some companies cheering that more workers like the idea of wearing sneakers at the office.

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