Goldman Sachs is both upgraded and downgraded, and Manchester United is initiated at 2 firms with a 'buy.'
The News Corp. CEO's daughter blasts the family business for ethical lapses.
Stocks are lower despite jobless claims, which came in below expectations for a second straight week.
Investors lose confidence that the ECB will stem the region's debt crisis. In the US, unemployment filings decline, the trade deficit narrows, and wholesale inventories drop.
The head of News Corp. steps down from several boards, sparking speculation that he's done with the print business.
Skyworks is upgraded to 'buy,' and Quanta Services is downgraded to 'sell.'
Levinsohn might just be steering the Internet company with some competence.
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