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Volcom, Take-Two, Stats Chippac and Creative Technologies upgraded; Building Materials downgraded.
An ad blitz is planned for another run at the iPod.
Microsoft's digital music player not registering.
Prospects couldn't be further apart for the iTunes-chasers.
The company's settlement with Creative Tech shows how to handle a patent dispute.
After the latest series of data, the market closes little changed.
Creative soars after its settlement with Apple, while TiVo climbs on a pact with Cox Communications.
Creative surges after it signs a deal with Apple.
Apple will pay $100 million.
The Apple competitor hews its loss in the fourth quarter from a year ago, but revenue sinks.
The company plans an assault on the iPod empire with its own Zune digital media player.
The MP3-player maker's financials have deteriorated and the competition is only getting tougher.
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These include adding a new name, closing a name and trimming a name.
These lawsuits have reached out-of-control status.
The iPod maker is charged with infringing Creative's patent on an interface used to access songs stored on MP3 players.
As mobile phones expand their capabilities, Nokia, Motorola and Apple should benefit. Kodak, not so much.
The boom in digital media awakens this sector.
The team is considering taking a position in this LCD screen manufacturer.
Look for off-the-radar firms with strong fundamentals, like Cognizant and Logitech.
The digital music player's long-term status as leader of the pack is no sure thing.
It may impact Apple's market-leading iPod.
Awash in revenue from sales of its MP3 players, Creative's income has plummeted.
Everybody's going ape for Apple, but Logitech offers another angle on digital music.
Nobody buys that the company will miss estimates in the current quarter.
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