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Zynga IPO Delay Could Hurt Valuation

Zynga IPO Delay Could Hurt Valuation

The timing of the Zynga IPO is now for December. This means there will be little room for error.

Monopoly Sends McDonald's Directly to Profits

Monopoly Sends McDonald's Directly to Profits

Popular U.S. game promotion adds sizzle to McDonald's October sales.

Why You Should Sell Newspaper Stocks

Why You Should Sell Newspaper Stocks

In the age of the Internet, newspapers are facing a death spiral of declining advertising revenue. That's why it's time to sell your newspaper stocks.

LinkedIn: Get Ready for a Stock Flood

LinkedIn: Get Ready for a Stock Flood

A secondary offering and a lock-up agreement expiration are looming for LNKD.

Zillow Still Has Some Zip

Zillow Still Has Some Zip

The real estate website put together a strong third quarter.

Smart Investors Are Switching to Plastic

Smart Investors Are Switching to Plastic

All three credit card stocks -- Visa, Mastercard and American Express -- have enjoyed a healthy rally this year.

Netflix: Streaming Killed the DVD Star

Netflix: Streaming Killed the DVD Star

Think NFLX can't go lower? Wait until it's squeezed out.

Apple Makes War, Not Love

Apple Makes War, Not Love

A new domain name skirmish is just the latest battle in Apple's ongoing campaign against porn.

Netflix's Salvation Lies in International Expansion

Netflix's Salvation Lies in International Expansion

Latin America and Europe could revive Netflix, slowly but surely.

OpenTable the Next IPO Disaster?

OpenTable the Next IPO Disaster?

Shares have dropped by two-thirds in six months and it faces stiff competition.