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Ingram Micro restructuring Scandinavian operations with greater focus on Sweden
Despite the negative environment, many of these companies are currently profitable.
Ingram Micro, Digital River, Arrow Electronics, Olin and Swift Energy downgraded.
The stock is plunging after analysts raise doubts about the company's ability to compete with Microsoft.
The computermaker says global demand has become even worse since a warning less than three weeks ago.
Trinity Industries, Capitol Federal Financial, Ingram Micro, Southwest Casino upgraded; O'Reilly Automotive downgraded.
Between now and year-end, the market is still likely to be a roller-coaster ride. Time to cull the losers.
The biotechnology company jumps 13.6% on a commercialization agreement.
Network Appliance rises after it announced the acquisition of a software company.
The IT products company confirms revenue and EPS numbers on strong deman.
Cramer says the chemicals company, down from where he recommended it before, is still a buy.
M&A talk for tech companies like Dobson and Virgin Media buoyed the sector.
The computer wholesaler has no dividend or buyback, and U.S. economic growth is slowing.
O.I. moved up with the rest of the tech sector Monday, after announcing a share buyback.
The industrial enterprise printers will be sold through Ingram Micro's Nimax division.
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