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Indices based on stocks related to Gisele Bundchen and Heidi Klum have done better than the Dow over the past six months.
In a letter to Yahoo!'s chairman, Icahn says the Internet search giant 'acted irrationally' when it failed to accept Microsoft's bid.
As the ways to mock school authority figures, and others, enters the digital age, the punishments for going there are also more advanced. If you are considering a social media-related prank, the jokes on you if you don't know the law.
Barron's rehashed a month's old tale on Disney's promise, and investors need be afraid.
All three major indices erase most of their gains, which were spawned by encouraging jobs data. The Nasdaq, yanked down by a wretched report from Sun Microsystems, proved the day's biggest loser.
All three major indices erase early gains to close Friday around the flat line.
Crude futures are rising $3.14 to $115.66 a barrel. Gold adds $7.10 to $858 an ounce, and the dollar gives up part of its gains.
The market gives up all of the morning's wins. All major indices are down, with the Nasdaq the most dismal of the bunch.
The morning's wins fall off by midday, and the Nasdaq declines on dismal Sun Micro results. The Labor Department says 20,000 workers were shed in April, but the jobless rate improved.
The stock market in the U.S. opens higher after the government's report on jobs isn't as bad as expected. The Labor Department says 20,000 workers were shed in April, and the unemployment rate improved.
The stock market in the U.S. appears headed for a higher open after the government's report on jobs isn't as bad as expected. The Labor Department says 20,000 workers were shed in April, and the unemployment rate improved.
Hollywood is short on new concepts, which could mean trouble for media stocks.
The CEO defends his bold Dow Jones move as he continues efforts to dominate media.
The likes of Disney, Time Warner and GE are being prodded on their lack of stock gains.
Piggyback investing with Greenlight Capital, and should Google buy Yahoo! here?
A report from the recent OMMA conference shows that viewer-driven content -- and participation -- is key.
Viacom, Sirius: Buy Electronic Arts, XM before they go up too much more.
Labor Day passes and Sumner Redstone, H-P and Ford are back to their typical shenanigans.
A lot of serious questions should be asked before happily-ever-after storylines appear.
For the near term, it's not the right play. That's still soups, soaps and pharmas.
Content is king and CBS is embracing new means of delivery. Plus, an update on Exelon.
Overaggressive brokers have allowed too many short positions, and have created a run on themselves.
Our 'energy policy', explained. Plus, corporate hilarity from Sun, MGM, Microsoft, Caterpillar, Rambus and more!
The billboard firm has another disappointing quarter and faces myriad challenges.
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