An apples-to-apples comparison of these two retail giants reveals one solid long-term investment and one stock with a great deal of risk.
Even if Apple unveils its new smartphone earlier than expected, don't expect it to move the stock.
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The coffee company's plan to make K-Cups exclusive to its new Keurig machine sounds awfully familiar to iTunes' failed plan for music files a decade ago.
Corporate profits and share prices are at all-time highs, but companies have been tightfisted with their cash, reluctant to hire more workers or invest in new equipment.
The dusty, dying retailer once represented the cutting edge of computing.
After bouncing back from the brink of bankruptcy, this stock is on fire. The company's future success, however, is still up in the air.
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People are spending more and more time in front of little screens, and these tech giants are capitalizing beautifully.
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