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Technology is being applied to a wide variety of health applications for consumer devices.
Cigarette-maker Philip Morris has cut its 2014 earnings forecast, citing what it calls a "complex and truly atypical" year.
Stock losses are getting trimmed as the trading session hits the midday mark. Volume is expected to dip during the soccer game.
Lennar says even though home prices are higher, it's cheaper than renting and that's why the home builder was able to raise prices by 14% in the second quarter.
It doesn't say what your dog is thinking, but Voyce's wearable tech collar tells you what he's feeling.
Case-Shiller show home prices still rising, just not as much.
Traditional grocery stores losing business to the dollar stores, discounters and wholesales clubs.
Investors are enthusiastic, but just like the yoga pants, Lululemon's stock is still too expensive.
Existing Home Sales for May were better than expected and investors were encouraged with the sequential move higher because there had been concerns about the housing sector stalling.
Lululemon's founder Chip Wilson may be doing the warrior pose, but shareholders see his return as a stretch.