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The biotechnology sector has seen considerable selling over the past two weeks, setting up today's recovery.
G-III Apparel beat analysts estimates for the fourth quarter earnings, but missed on sales, while the acquisition of G.H. Bass will hurt the first quarter and cause the company to lose money.
Markets may be focused on Ukraine and Russia, but there is another global problem that could be more damaging to the U.S. markets: China.
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King Digital, maker of Candy Crush, hopes investors will focus on the increase of daily users and not the declining revenue and profits when it IPOs.
A10 had a late night amendment to its filing, causing the stock to open lower. However, investors hungry for new tech names quickly pushed the value above the pricing of $15.
Borderfree CEO Michael DeSimone is excited to expand his company into more markets, and the Middle East looks to be very promising for future growth.
Tiffany & Co disappointed investors with its less than sparking fiscal fourth quarter after it had to pay roughly $460 million to Swatch to settle a dispute over a joint watch project.
NextRx wants to bring technological efficiency to medical marijuana dispensaries by creating a mobile patient pre-approval system and is now crowdfunding at Return on Change.
The Philadelphia Fed's manufacturing gauge rose to 9.0 for March, and Albert Fried's Ben Willis believes the U.S. economy is leading the rest of the world in a recovery from the global financial crisis.
Cloud based SaaS company Q2 Holdings priced its initial public offering at $13, above its planned range, and then opened at $16.50.
Stocks are swimming in place as investors wait and hope for more transparency out of new Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at its meeting today.
The top venture capitalists at the digital SXSW conference in Austin, Texas believe wearable technology will see most of its growth in the medical field.
URB-E is a personal electronic vehicle built for people that need some flexibility with mass transit, and will run up to 20 miles on a single charge with a maximum speed of 15mph.
Crowds waited in line for hours to get a specially created cookie shot -- a chocolate chip cookie shaped like a shot glass, lined with chocolate and filled with vanilla flavored milk.
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 3/12/14, TheStreet, Inc. will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.025, payable on 3/31/14.
TheStreet (TST) managed to turn around operations in its year-ending December quarter, returning to profitability from a loss a year earlier.
From Daytona International Speedway, Cole Whitt discusses safety, the challenges of being a newcomer in the field and how he physically and mentally prepares for the race.
The steps in Spotify's evolution are little more than a dog and pony show prior to an acquisition.
TheStreet and Zillow are partnering for Zillow's fourth-quarter earnings call.
The mixed breed category will be introduced at the 2014 Westminster Dog Show, bringing non-purebred dogs to a Westminster event for the first time since the very earliest days of its show.
TheStreet's founder and author of Get Rich Carefully answers questions on a wide range of topics in a live chat discussion.
Animal Planet's event will also get fans' attention this weekend.
TheStreet's Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill detail what they are watching including Twitter's quarterly earnings and 20% of the S&P 500 reporting results.
Mark Herzlich Jr. brings awareness to Characters Unite/GMC, a campaign dedicated to combating prejudice and intolerance.
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The play-by-play commentator, studio and ESPN Radio host explains how the NFL has become a lifestyle for the family -- not just the guys and the game.
Frank Vuono, one of the most influential and prominent executives in the sports marketing industry, gives insight into the frenzy of Super Bowl week.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link sit down at the 92nd Street Y to discuss Cramer's new book "Get Rich Carefully."
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