In this installment of Investor Beat: the automaker reports a surprising profit and shares soar.
Stocks are lower despite the fact that unemployment claims dropped to the lowest level in 5 years last week.
Rackspace is downgraded at 2 firms and upgraded at 1, and Ctrip.com is upgraded to 'buy.'
The Internet retailer is more than just the Wal-Mart of the Web. It's competing with -- and often beating -- some tech heavyweights in the lucrative area of online services.
Bored with existing games, the post-technology generation will ultimately develop the games of tomorrow. Good for the kids but bad for today's game makers and publishers.
Investors can find value when a stock gets hit hard by bad news.
Stocks are lower though well off their worst levels, after dropping sharply at the open.
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However, the overall revenue growth will remain healthy owing to the retailer's strong direct-to-consumer channel.
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