Nokia and RIM are no match for Apple, and it's a mistake to speculate on companies with terrible balance sheets anyway.
The handset maker plans to cut 10,000 jobs, and the meat processor reports lower earnings.
Trading at half the value of its total assets, this high-risk play could rebound to $4.50 per share.
Nokia is downgraded to 'sell,' and Lululemonis initiated with an 'outperform.'
The telecom continues to believe -- wrongly -- that it can go it alone.
JetBlue is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Nvidia is upgraded to 'average.'
Apple might want to have a talk with its digital assistant, which seems to have a thing for the competition.
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