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In a job market where many adults are happy just to have a job, nearly one-fourth of teens looking for work can't find it. In these states, the numbers are even worse.
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A recent survey shows more smartphone users interested in the new offering.
Investors can still find some compelling valuations among large-cap drug companies even as major stock indices hit new highs.
Oppenheimer is bullish on semiconductor and other companies benefitting from strong demand for smartphones and tablets.
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