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Sony is selling its TV and PC businesses. Only its games software and entertainment have a moat strong enough to hold against Chinese competition.
The stock is up 26% this year as the company plows ahead despite a mixed environment for solar energy.
Lower demand and shale oil threaten the economics of Canada's oil sands.
A drive around Atlanta to see the winners and losers if Dollar General succeeds in its takeover of Family Dollar brought some surprising answers.
HP has the money to make acquisitions and is trying to bulk up in a fast-growing market.
By operating under many different names, Kroger has become almost as big as Costco and has put in place a strategy Walmart is now copying.
Once the smoke clears on the Dollar General-Family Dollar battle, Walmart will be able to destroy the winner.
Home Depot admits that malware infected its point-of-sale systems but has yet to provide details on the extent of the problem.