Japan reports weak growth, and Greece logs yet another quarter of contraction. Motorola Mobility will lay off 4,000 workers. Groupon posts earnings after the close.
UBS initiates Dell with a 'neutral' and Hewlett-Packard with a 'sell.'
Stocks head lower as investors remain cautious after a disappointing jobs report Friday and news of higher bond yields in both Spain and Italy.
Stocks rebound slightly from last week's dismal performance.
Hormel Foods is launching a new advertising campaign around its iconic canned meat product, which turns 75 this year.
The company plans to launch 50 new products in the next year, hoping that some will resonate with shoppers.
Mylan is upgraded to 'buy' at Goldman, while Bank of America is downgraded to 'neutral' at Citi.
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