An avalanche of dismal earnings and layoff announcements left no company untouched as the market ended the week losing ground and driving names to the top 10 most searched stocks on


First up is

General Electric

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which reported a 46% decline in quarterly earnings on Friday and told investors to expect a "tough environment" in 2009.

Top ten favorite


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is dropping hints that it may launch some lower-priced products.

So how is


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still selling ads when no one else is?

Many are wondering whether the shine has worn off on Google.

Research In Motion


is still smarting from its Canadian snub.

Next up is software giant


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which announced on Thursday that it plans to cut 5,000 jobs in the next 18 months after reporting a profit drop of more than 11% in the second quarter.

Moving onto to the banking sector, John Thain's departure from

Bank of America

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continues to be the hot topic

around water coolers today.

Also jumping ship over at


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are some veteran board members.

Then we have some medical names hitting the list as Cramer talked with


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CEO Glenn Tullman on

Mad Money

to find out if the $825 billion stimulus package in Congress

-- which contains $20 billion for healthcare information technology -- really could usher in a new era of change in America.

Johnson & Johnson

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said Friday it had successfully completed its tender offer for Mentor. Johnson & Johnson said it will acquire Mentor through a "short-form merger" in which there will be no vote or meeting of Mentor's remaining shareholders. This is one of Cramer's five favorite Dow stocks for 2009 and is a Cramer pick for Action Alerts Plus. For more of what Cramer is trading email us at


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And finally



may be under the microscope



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