Stocks are mixed as investors appear to be in a holding pattern until more clarity on the fiscal cliff emerges.
The averages remain in a narrow trading range, as investors await movement in the ongoing fiscal cliff negotiations.
Welcome to the future where companies are finally spending on IT. At last, it is like the past.
With Apple now among the most reviled stocks, people are fleeing derivative plays as well.
Exxon Mobil is downgraded to 'neutral,' and TiVo is initiated with a 'buy.'
Having lost its way, the fabled technology company tried to buy innovation with disastrous results.
Roche is upgraded to 'overweight,' while Novartis is downgraded to 'equal weight.'
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