Thursday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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Stocks Under $5: Evaluating a Broken IPO
David Peltier
David Peltier sifts through the wreckage of a 2011 IPO that's down 80% from its offering price.

Dow Down After Six Days of Gains; Apple Lifts Nasdaq
Chao Deng
U.S. stocks rise after positive jobs and manufacturing data. Apple tops $600 a share for the first time.

5 Big Stocks to Trade for Gains
Jonas Elmerraji
Here's a look at how some of the biggest stocks on Wall Street are trading technically. (Stocks include: XOM, GT, BAC)

7 Products You're Paying Too Much For
Matt Brownell of
Don't help these companies make huge profit margins at your expense.

Apple Crosses $600. So What?
Marek Fuchs
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, wonders why no one in the media counters the breathlessness.

Analysts' Actions: EBAY, COF, AA
TheStreet Staff
Here are today's top research calls.

Foxconn: The Fire That Wasn't
Brad Hall
A first-hand look proves reports of abusive working conditions at the Chinese maker of Apple products to be largely fiction.

With Elevate Hotspot, AT&T Gets Over 4G Disgrace
Jonathan Blum
AT&T's Elevate 4G wireless hotspot can deliver first-rate mobile Web access -- where there's coverage.

8 Stocks Rising Fast on Rich People's Spending
Frank Byrt
Retail companies are benefiting from renewed spending by brand-conscious buyers.

AMR Loses Its Voice
Ted Reed
American Airlines is losing longtime spokesman Tim Smith to retirement. What made him so good?
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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