Investors visiting TheStreet.com today focused their attention on General Electric, which topped the chart of most-searched stocks for a second week.

Here are the top 10 tickers as of 11:30 a.m. EDT on March 10, 2009:

1. General Electric ( GE)

2. Bank of America ( BAC)

3. Citigroup ( C)

4. Verizon ( VZ)

5. Wal-Mart ( WMT)

6. Wells Fargo ( WFC)

7. McDonald's ( MCD)

8. DryShips ( DRYS)

9. Apple ( AAPL)

10. Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ)

Hall is the editor of TheStreet.com. Previously, he served as deputy editor and chief innovation officer at The Orange County Register and as a news manager at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Washington, D.C. As a reporter, he covered business and financial markets, worked in both print and television in the U.S. and Europe, and conducted in-depth investigative coverage at The Journal-Gazette in Fort Wayne, Ind. His work also has been published in a variety of newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and International Herald Tribune. Hall received a bachelor�s degree in journalism and political science from The Ohio State University and has taken graduate management science courses at Boston University.

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