Friday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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Bank of America Surges Toward $10 Mark
Dan Freed
A winning stress test strategy has won rare plaudits for management and lit a new fire under the stock.

The Next Big Thing in Biotech: Ariad
Gregg Greenberg
Senior columnist Adam Feuerstein explains why Ariad Pharmaceuticals is the next big thing in biotech.

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: March 16
Gregg Greenberg
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.

Apple's New iPad: Chip Winners and Losers
James Rogers
With Apple's new tablet set to hit U.S. stores Friday, the first 'teardown' of the device reveals which component makers are the big iPad winners.

Stocks Mixed After Consumer Sentiment Misses Expectations
Chao Deng
Stocks were barely higher after taking a hit from the latest consumer sentiment report.

5 Best Bank Stock Ideas From JPMorgan
Dan Freed
JPMorgan equity strategist Thomas Lee argues the sector rebound is just getting started.

10 Stocks Boosting Little Funds to Big Returns (Update1)
Frank Byrt
Old-fashioned stock picking is giving select mutual funds double the return of the S&P 500.

12 Bargain Stocks With Insider Support
Stockpickr Staff
These stocks are trading below the recent average insider purchase price. If the market grinds lower and pulls these stocks down further, insiders may lend their support once again.

Buffett's Berkshire Gives Wall Street-Sized Payouts: Hot Trends
Brittany Umar
Reports indicate the billionaire investor, who has taken a public stance against banker greed, pays employees compensation competitive with Wall Street awards.

Rare-Earths Spat With China Could Be 'Slam Dunk' for U.S. Firms
Joe Deaux
President Obama's decision to file a complaint against China's rare earth export practices could be a slam dunk for companies.
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