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Citigroup has downgraded it to neutral and cut its target price by $100. And that's the least of the tech giant's problems.
The Redbox venture is entering an already crowded space.
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Unless Congress extends benefits once again, hundreds of thousands of long-time unemployed Americans will stop getting unemployment checks. These are the states with the most residents facing the cutoff.
With the looming fiscal cliff, these tech companies could announce one-time payments before the end of 2012.
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