With a new year just a few trading days away, a few promising sectors stand out.
In technology, as in life, sometimes things just don't work out.
Bloomberg says Amazon could sell more than 8 million e-readers this year.
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The blue chips top 11,500 for the first time since 2008. Nike shares sell off despite strong earnings. Jabil Circuit and Adobe shares jump.
The company is finding that a television service with multiple hardware partners is not easy to develop.
US customers will soon be able to pay for their coffee with their smart phones.
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