Aluminum giant Alcoa ( AA) was among the most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com as it kicked off the earnings season.

Alcoa was the first of the Dow Jones Industrial Average components to report its earnings. Alcoa reported a dismal first quarter , but analysts chose to dwell on the positive.

Telecom names hit the list when Jim Cramer said he was bullish on Research In Motion ( RIMM) during his Mad Money show.

Gary Krakow reviewed Sprint's ( S) new 4G WiMAX data modem.

Banks continue to draw a lot of attention as an Oppenheimer analyst lowered Citigroup ( C) estimates for 2010.

As Bank of America ( BAC) struggles, insiders suggest that a list of replacements for CEO Ken Lewis is being assembled.

The economy is affecting even recession-resistant products like arthritis drugs from Abbott Labs ( ABT).

Toyota ( TM) is preparing for a bankruptcy filing by General Motors ( GM).

Dan Dicker takes a look at gold and the effect on Freeport McMoRan ( FCX).

General Electric ( GE) CEO Jeff Immelt had encouraging words for President Obama.

And finally, MGM Mirage ( MGM) was downgraded by TSC Ratings from hold to sell due to deteriorating conditions in the casino industry

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