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Already besieged by a sales slowdown, the networker now faces a backdating investigation.
The week's highlights from the site's five bloggers: Jim Cramer, Rev Shark, Cody Willard, Steve Smith and Tony Crescenzi.
There must be a lot of inspiring, uplifting news in the business world. We just can't find any.
Insider-based indicators prompt cash raising, but a number of previous picks still look good.
After the selloff, it seems logical to check in with three leading value hounds.
Verizon vitriol; Bausch backslide; Tenet tangle; Vitesse vexed; GM's book learning.
Vitesse falls more than 22% after the chip company fires its CEO.
LTX takes off after its earnings and outlook come in well above expectations.
The CEO, financial chief and general counsel depart amid a probe into stock option grants.
Sun sets; UnitedHealth we stand; Lucent lacking; XM static; Merck mockery.
NetIQ surges after agreeing to be bought out by a private equity-owned company.
Executives just happened to get a big options grant on the same day the stock set a 2005 low.
GM milestones; UNH pocket change; mortal Portal; Times tempest; Cisco drills down.
Cymer catches a bid after its first-quarter EPS tops forecasts by a dime.
Everyone asks Cramer about the satellite radio outfit, but the best he can say is, 'Don'tBuy.'
Akamai and Amkor jump after their fourth-quarter results top estimates.
The little-changed steakhouse sees its IPO embraced after being shunned not long ago.
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