While customer ratings matter long-term, their immediate impact is limited.
Apple, Netflix, the Yankees: Rocco Pendola pulls out all the stops for his prognostications for the new year.
News Corp. dabbles in M&A, housing data lift Lennar, and Green Mountain finds a new CEO. Tiffany and Ann will report Q3 earnings.
The IMF and European finance ministers failed to agree on the release of further funds.
AOL is downgraded to 'underperform,' and Humana is downgraded to 'neutral.'
This year many cash-rich companies have been repurchasing their own shares ahead of the possible end of the Bush-era tax cuts.
Investors, traders are bound to follow the extremely tight presidential race as the day unfolds.
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