The Internet retailer partners with Nokia for the navigation function on the new Kindle Fire.
The company is focusing on selling expensive tablets, televisions and other high-end electronics. Sound familiar?
Several quick-service restaurant chains are finding new ways to ramp up sales during busy hours.
Despite its recent struggles, the retailer maintains a positive outlook.
Although the oil giant is in an attractive position to make acquisitions, obvious candidate Chesapeake Energy most likely won't be a target.
In 2 years, consumers there will be able to drive away in a brand-new Lincoln.
Analysts from Sterne Agee say the stock has passed their price target and no new catalysts are apparent.
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