Shares still rise Friday, even as the company worries about competition and economic uncertainty.
US markets seem set to finish this strong week on a higher note as the Japanese currency slumps to 4.5 year low.
Investors cautious after China inflation data and ahead of US jobs report.
With the S&P 500 at record highs that is precisely the environment in which we find ourselves today.
What to expect from the results of these 2 companies.
Priceline, AOL, and Sysco to report earnings. Gold mining stocks remain weak. Real money Internet poker returns to Nevada.
The daily deals site claws its way back from dead-stock oblivion.
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