LeapFrog is initiated with an 'overweight,' and Beazer Homes is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Tesla tries to hold recent gains. Sony to discuss turnaround plan. Campbell Soup, Ross Stores and GameStop to report earnings. Bloomberg consumer confidence index is due.
The search giant is moving into a field that's already overcrowded with big players like Apple and Amazon.
Hedge fund investor Daniel Loeb's call to spin off the entertainment businesses would be smart, but it's still no reason for others to invest now.
US market are set for a flat open ahead of several economic reports, including manufacturing, housing and inflation figures.
In this installment of Investor Beat: A hedge fund manager lobbies Sony to spin off its entertainment division.
Stocks are higher as small business owners indicate they are feeling more hopeful.
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