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The Feb. 15 deadline for Greek debt talks could test investor confidence.
Wall Street has once again become a stock picker's market.
P&G seeks to end the sale of its Pringles snack business to Diamond Foods, a report says.
Cisco and Pepsi top earnings expectations. Pepsi also announces it's cutting 8,700 jobs.
Pepsi will cut its global work force by 3% as it seeks to save $1.5 billion over three years.
Sprint reports a wider-than-expected loss as subsidy costs rise amid high iPhone demand.
Coca-Cola beats earnings and revenue estimates as it expands sales volume in China.
Avoid multifamily REITs in 2012, Bank of Montreal recommends.
Boeing shares are falling in premarket trading as the company orders inspections of its new Dreamliner after discovering a manufacturing error.
As American go back to work after Super Bowl Sunday investors will hope for a final resolution to the long-delayed Greek debt negotiations before looking to digest a whole slew of U.S. corporate earnings.