President Barack Obama has authorized limited airstrikes against Iraq rebels, and international markets are reeling as they process the volatility factor -- in the U.S., shares are down this morning and international stocks were also hit hard in the wake of his speech last night. There is good news to be had, however, in U.S. markets -- Lululemon investors seeing shares rise after the company's founder sells stock back to the company (and, as Lululemon takes on a new partner). Also, Zynga earnings and Jim Cramer is riding with General Motors, despite shares' fall to start 2014.

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