While Monday closed on an upswing, Wall Street finished Tuesday on a sour note. Some industry giants came out with disappointing news, demonstrating that no company is recession-proof.

Sony

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reported it is cutting 8,000 jobs, or 4% of its global work force, to cut costs by $1.1 billion a year as the worldwide downturn batters profits. Sony's July-to-September profit dropped 72% from a year earlier.

Meanwhile, Memphis-based

FedEx

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shares struggled after industry pundits are blaming the lagging economy for the decrease in package deliveries.

Chipmaker

Texas Instruments

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also warned investors of a trend of deterioration in its business. As a result, Texas Instruments' fourth-quarter earnings and revenue forecast was much lower than previously expected.

Investors are still very concerned, and the market is clearly reflecting that.

With this in mind, we thought we'd take a look at some of the stocks people have been searching for on

TheStreet.com

and see what

Jim Cramer's had to say about them recently

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