Research in Motion is upgraded to 'hold,' and Intel is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The iconic tech company takes an $8.8 billion impairment charge related to accounting improprieties at Autonomy. The rest of its quarter was dismal as well.
Ratings agency Moody's also kept a negative outlook on the rating.
Jobless claims are being blamed on Sandy, but more pink slips could be coming -- and not because of the weather.
Troubles in Europe are not confined to one country and according to a report, France is a ticking 'time bomb.'
Earnings growth is modest at best as companies have struggled to show rising revenue. The dollar is a big part of the problem. So is economic weakness in Europe and China.
The post-PC era does not bode well for these aging companies.
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