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Doing some incremental buying in names hit by the selloff with little U.K. exposure.
The buyer owns several consumer electronics brands and is backed by Goode Partners, which once owned a stake in Skullcandy.
Shares of Sequential Brands (SQBG) are lower on Tuesday as the company announces the launch of its Martha & Marley Spoon meal delivery service.
America's Lifestyle Guru Brings Dinner to Homes Across the U.S.
Updates on smaller housing, retail and biotech plays recently mentioned on these pages.
Martha Stewart's brand is selling well, said CEO of Sequential Brands Group, despite mall-sales decline.
Shopping malls may be struggling, but Martha Stewart's brand is still flying off the shelves.
U.S. stocks are approaching oversold levels for the first time in over a month, prompting our model portfolio to increase its position in Kratos Defense & Security.
Wal-Mart's profits went down more than 10% after a $1-an-hour wage boost.
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Domino Foods, Inc., Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, and Kerrygold Butters & Cheeses Will Serve as Sponsors
Campaign Also Features Fast-Rising Male Model Matthew Noszka
I like cheap smaller caps with little to no exposure to the global economy.
These stocks trading for less than $10 a share are within range of triggering breakout trades.