Tuesday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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How Apple's Report Can Start March to $1,000
Richard Saintvilus
At any sign of further weakness, AAPL is still looking like a buy.

FDA More Problematic Than Obamacare, Says Acorda CEO
Gregg Greenberg
Ron Cohen, CEO of Acorda Therapeutics, says his company's pipeline is full and he is less worried about Obamacare than the FDA.

Dow Gets Lift From AT&T, 3M, IBM
Andrea Tse
It's a banner day for the blue chips as Wall Street puts worries about Europe aside after a round of solid earnings reports.

Apple Sets the Tone
Rev Shark
Without Apple's leadership, it will be tough for the market to escape its recent funk.

Nokia: Is Treasure Hidden in its Pile of Junk?
Richard Saintvilus
The situation for NOK is bad and getting worse. Still, the company is a survivor.

Apple's Core: The iPhone
Chris Ciaccia
Apple reports second-quarter earnings Tuesday after the bell. As a new iPhone gets set to launch, will iPhone sales stall or will they continue to soar?

9 Ex-Dividend Stocks With Buy Ratings
Alexandra Zendrian
These stocks, which go ex-dividend Wednesday, are rated buy at TheStreet Ratings.

Where Will Apple Trade After Earnings? -- Poll
Chris Ciaccia
Apple reports second-quarter earnings after the close of trading. TheStreet wants to know how you think the stock will perform.

AT&T Posts Earnings Beat, Boosted by Wireless
James Rogers
AT&T beat analysts' earnings estimates Tuesday, boosted by strong wireless sales and its smartphone business.

Stocks to Watch: Netflix, Apple, AT&T
Joseph Woelfel
Apple, AT&T and 3M report earnings on Tuesday.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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