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Here's a list of companies that have recently announced buybacks.
Traders overlook Pfizer woes and focus on M&A activity and the desire to push ahead into the new year.
The merger with Agere also positions LSI to play a larger role in networking and cell-phone markets.
In an interview with TheStreet.com, CEO Abhi Talwakar discusses the state of his company's turnaround.
Earnings, economic data and oil prices keep the Fed on hold and stocks in rally mode.
After another record day, focus turns to third-quarter growth and Microsoft's earnings.
The chipmaker's profit soars from a year ago, but guidance falls short of Street estimates.
Candidates abound for generating some short-term income with this bullish strategy.
The semiconductor maker's first-quarter profits from strong demand for consumer and storage products.
Until this sideways movement makes its eventual upward break, it's all small trading gains.
The company will sell its ZSP unit and cancels the IPO of its storage systems subsidiary.
Longs, take courage from upside volume and the Arms Index numbers.
The market's in a hard spot, with oil's rise dragging the Dow and Arms Index numbers below key levels.
Cramer believes the stock is headed to $100.
ING's Internet unit is driving growth at the Dutch financial services company, and the stock's likely to head higher.
Filling in for Cramer, Aaron Task said that if it rises, commodities may be the best play. Also, look to China.
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