Wednesday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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Apple's Team Is Underestimated
Eric Jackson
Investors' fears will prove unfounded as Steve Jobs left a strong management lineup.

5 Large-Cap Bank Stocks Buys From Guggenheim
Philip van Doorn
Guggenheim Securities analyst Marty Mosby discusses his top large-cap stock picks for investors, including three "quality banks" and two undervalued recovery plays.

International IPOs for Risk-Taking Investors
Debra Borchardt
These international offerings are good for investors willing to venture into risk.

5 Stocks to Buy While Others Are Afraid
Rocco Pendola
A handful of stocks are ripe for the picking in the current market swoon.

Morgan Stanley Joins Citigroup, Bank of America in the Doghouse
Dan Freed
The stock is cheap, but most analysts remain skeptical.

Glaxo's Bid for Human Genome Turns Hostile: Hot Trends
Brittany Umar
GlaxoSmithKline goes straight to shareholders with a $13-a-share offer.

Buy Cisco Ahead of Earnings
Richard Saintvilus
The company is back and moving forward, despite problems, and the stock is still cheap.

AIG, Alive Once Again, Is Now Swimming With Sharks
Gary Weiss
Banks that helped cause the insurer's downfall return for more fees.

Stocks Tumble on Eurozone Debt Fears
Andrea Tse
The Dow is down triple-digits with worries about the stability of the Spanish banking system and Greece's political uncertainty driving the sell-off.

Analysts' Actions: AIG, DOW, EZPW, FOSL
TheStreet Staff
Here are today's top research calls.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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