LeapFrog is initiated with an 'overweight,' and Beazer Homes is downgraded to 'neutral.'
In this edition of Investor Beat: Shares of Apple fall in the wake of bad news from a supplier.
Stocks are sharply lower as the Dow continues to alternate between triple digit moves upward and downward.
Newer brands such as Monster High and American Girl power the top toymaker to expectation-beating results.
McDonalds initiated with an 'overweight,' and Facebook upgraded to 'buy.'
The iconic doll now holds a wide variety of professions. So why do some, like the computer engineer version, cost more?
With its LeapPad, this company is jumping from toys to education.
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