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SeaWorld tries to comeback after a difficult year. Shares are recovering, gaining 22 percent in the past 3 months but down 40% for the year.
Today the FCC takes on the controversial issue of Net Neutrality. Some industries have fought hard to defeat it, others believe it will give people equal access to the internet.
JP Morgan Chase, the nation's largest bank by assets, is undergoing some major changes.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen heads back to Capitol Hill today, this time to testify about the economy and interest rates before a House Committee.
PC giant Hewlett-Packard is relying less and less on personal computers and more on cloud computing.
FJanet Yellen gives day one of her two day testimony to a Senate Finance Panel today. We also have earnings from Home Depot, Macy's as well as other retailers.
Will Oscar's Best Picture winner see box office gains?
Wall Street starts the week with a look at Existing Home Sales, President Obama address and continued focus on Greece as it gets a last minute loan extension.
King Digital Entertainment, the maker of "Candy Crush", beat expectations on the top and bottom lines and shares are expected to take off.
Groupon beat Street estimates for its 4th quarter but shares of the online commerce company are under pressure because its forecast for Q1 fell short of expectations.