Barrick Gold is downgraded to 'neutral,' while Google and Starbucks are initiated with a 'buy.'
Stocks are higher as reports on consumer confidence and rising home prices beat expectations.
The famed rock band's surviving members are targeting the Internet radio service over its paltry royalties.
Should investor start considering the service as one of the tech giant's key drivers to future growth?
Stocks are higher after S&P raises its outlook on the US economy, Chinese data disappoints and Japanese stocks rally.
But the service will serve Apple well if it helps sell iPhones instead.
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