Congress is making it hard for investors to play the really good corporate results of late.
Given the weak enterprise-spending environment, don't expect much improvement in near-term results.
In the tech world, integration can turn partners into competitors, and the Korean manufacturer could realistically abandon Google's mobile platform.
Reports on the global PC market differ, with one exception: None shows a comeback coming anytime soon.
The company bests IBM in a huge computing deal with the CIA, upsetting the traditional market for these services.
Stocks sell off after the House votes to defund Obamacare, setting up a showdown between Senate Democrats and the Obama administration.
ArcelorMittal is downgraded to 'sector perform,' and HP is initiated with a 'hold.'
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