Thursday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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Microsoft's Laptop Advantage Over Apple
Anton Wahlman
The software giant has a winner on its hands -- if it doesn't screw it up.

Risky IPOs: Envivio, Supernus
Debra Borchardt
IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins believes both Envivio and Supernus are a little risky for investors.

Europe Might Be Cheap but There Are Better Opportunities Elsewhere
Stephanie Link
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, discusses how to invest around the ongoing European debt debacle.

14 Deal-Ready Stocks for the M&A Boom
Stockpickr Staff
Which companies might be acquired in 2012? Read on.

10 Stocks Poised to Rise in Apple's Wake
Frank Byrt
Apple's suppliers -- and even competitors -- will benefit from its iPhone success. (Stocks include CHL, CHA, TQNT)

5 Stocks Insiders Love Right Now
Roberto Pedone
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.

Apple and the 'S' Curve
Dana Blankenhorn
Apple's earnings proved the global curve is far bigger than anyone imagined.

6 Banks Actually Growing Their Banking Business
Philip van Doorn
Now that the bulk of first-quarter earnings season has passed, TheStreet identifies six actively traded banks that grew their net interest income and their net interest margins.

Stocks Tick Higher on Home Sales Data
Andrea Tse
Wall Street warms up after pending home sales for March show surprising strength.

Analysts' Actions: AKAM, HES, GD, MAR
TheStreet Staff
Here are today's top research calls.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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