In this edition of Investor Beat: Yahoo spends $1.1 billion for Tumblr. Will the blogging service pay dividends for shareholders?
The best-selling author is skipping a digital version of his new novel 'Joyland,' hoping to spur buyers to visit 'an actual bookstore.'
These stocks are widely hated, but you can't deny their performance.
Stocks are lower despite the fact that unemployment claims dropped to the lowest level in 5 years last week.
The bears have been prowling around the electronics and office products companies, while leaving some other retailers alone for a while.
With an apparent surplus of e-readers and blackballing a major publisher, the bookseller may be in a tough spot.
Stocks are slightly higher despite a weaker-than-expected estimate on GDP growth.
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