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Here are Thursday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Whirlpool and downgrades for Boston Beer, GoPro and Match.
IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC) stock is falling on heavy trading volume on Wednesday after the company reported its 2015 fourth quarter earnings results.
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The language-education software maker has hired advisers, suggesting that it is preparing for an auction or proxy fight.
Barry Diller's IAC/InterActive Corp. is planning to pursue an initial public offering of The Match Group, which operates dating sites such as Match.com, Tinder and OkCupid.
Crystal Moselle, director & producer of the forthcoming documentary 'The Wolfpack,' shares insight on how digital viewing platforms have helped independent films gain more viewership.
OKCupid is breaking up with Mozilla Firefox in protest of its new CEO Brendan Eich's bigoted past, urging users who access the site through a Firefox browser to use alternative software.
The U.S. is once again in charge and able to buck the overseas trends to send the markets higher, Cramer said.
As the ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox seek to block Aereo, they must be mindful not to make the mistakes that imploded the music industry 10 year ago.
'Newsweek' magazine and The Daily Beast Web site announce merger deal.
Yahoo!'s Shine and Ask.com see women as a lucrative demographic.
Each of the units could have problems as independent entities, analysts say.
The crew endured segment after segment of bearish forecasts on the economy.
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