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.
Short-sellers are well-known for doing excellent research and uncovering accounting improprieties, financial embellishment and outright fraud.
Is smaller better? That's the question being asked by analysts, now that the device has taken the tablet market by storm.
Is the fifth-generation iPad coming out in June?
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The company, headed for an IPO later this year, is worth as much as 10 Tesla Motors combined, says Bernstein's Carlos Kirjner.
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