Short-sellers are well-known for doing excellent research and uncovering accounting improprieties, financial embellishment and outright fraud.
Both Office Max and Office Depot are downgraded to 'neutral.'
PMI points to contraction rather than recovery in eurozone.
The company is on track to build 20,000 all-electric vehicles a year. But its disappointing fourth quarter led it to say it needs to trim costs to meet profit goals.
The electric car maker's performance might be driven more by news of the Model S sedan than quarterly earnings.
U.S. equity futures were flat overnight despite comments from global central banks indicating more stimulus may be imminent.
US market are set to decline at the open even as many Asian markets remained closed for the lunar New Year holiday.
Bad press from a test drive may have caused a negative reaction to shares.
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