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Four Breakout Candidates

Four Breakout Candidates

Capital One, Viacom, Whole Foods and AOL are testing their upside resistance levels.

Food and Energy in PPI Focus

Food and Energy in PPI Focus

This could fuel consumer prices in the coming months.

Disruptor: Wet Paint

Disruptor: Wet Paint

Wet Paint CEO Ben Elowitz is delivering more than just celebrity gossip.

Paying for YouTube -- What's Next?

Paying for YouTube -- What's Next?

The new YouTube subscription business model could spur further pressure on appointment TV viewing.

AOL estimates increased at UBS

You've Got -- To Buy

You've Got -- To Buy

AOL remains undervalued.

Cognizant's Net Profit Rises 16%

Cognizant's Net Profit Rises 16%

IT services firm Cognizant Technology Solutions reported $284.2 million in net profit for the first quarter, a 16.6% rise from a year ago.

Stocks Clinging to Record Rally

Stocks Clinging to Record Rally

Stock futures signal that the record rally still has steam as Disney and Whole Foods deliver blockbuster quarters - Debra Borchardt details.

Disney, Groupon Report Next Week

Disney, Groupon Report Next Week

Earnings season continues next week, with investors paying close attention to reports from Disney and Groupon.

Yahoo! CEO Needs To Be Convincing

Yahoo! CEO Needs To Be Convincing

Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer will need to convince the market that her strategy is working according to Topeka Capital analyst Victor Anthony.

Market Could Use Rest After Swift Snap-Back to Highs

Market Could Use Rest After Swift Snap-Back to Highs

Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

Daily Recap: April 8, 2013

Daily Recap: April 8, 2013

Marc Sperling breaks down the days action looking at major sectors and stocks of note to the long and short side, from High beta names to homebuilders and the banks.

2013: Year of the Tech Dogs

2013: Year of the Tech Dogs

Yahoo!, BlackBerry and some other unloved stocks are making strong moves.

Cramer: Yahoo! Can Go Higher

Cramer: Yahoo! Can Go Higher

Yahoo is upgraded by Barclays and Jim Cramer believes the stock can go higher. He and TheStreet's Debra Borchardt think the CEO is making the right moves.

Three Internet Deals That Need to Be Done

Three Internet Deals That Need to Be Done

These companies are begging to be bought by big-cap names.

Two Amazing Comebacks

Two Amazing Comebacks

AOL and The New York Times are finding ways to weather the online storm and silence the naysayers.

Dow Back Near 14,000

Dow Back Near 14,000

The Dow flirts with 14,000 again as technology leads the broader markets.

Setting Up for a Flat Friday: Before the Bell

Setting Up for a Flat Friday: Before the Bell

Stock futures are trading around the flat line Friday as the market digests more earnings releases.

AOL rated new Hold at Cantor

Waiting for Yahoo!

Waiting for Yahoo!

There's the wild possibility that Yahoo could get bought, but not for at least another year of Mayer's hard work fixing the company's core properties.

Old Tech Shows Strength

Check out the charts for AOL and Yahoo!. It is amazing how strong old tech stocks like AOL (AOL) and Yahoo! (YHOO) have been recently. I suppose it's how you define old tech.

When Yahoo! Unleashes Those Buybacks

When Yahoo! Unleashes Those Buybacks

These nicely padded third-quarter EPS, so just imagine the results once the program really gets in gear.

Nokia Reports Better-than-Expected Q3 Loss: Hot Trends

Nokia Reports Better-than-Expected Q3 Loss: Hot Trends

A look at the day's most searched topics on the Web, including Nokia, which despite reporting its sixth straight quarter of losses, beat analysts' expectations.

Mayer's Big Hire

Mayer's Big Hire

Former Google executive Henrique De Castro will become Yahoo!'s new COO.

Looking for a Rise From the Ashes

Looking for a Rise From the Ashes

These two stocks have certainly fallen from grace, but their numbers appear quite promising.

Why a Big Yahoo! Buyback Would Work

Why a Big Yahoo! Buyback Would Work

It would lift earnings per share and make the company a more attractive target.

AOL rated new Buy at Deutsche

A Day of Reversals

A Day of Reversals

Six of them so far.

Apple's Patent Win Isn't Enough

Apple's Patent Win Isn't Enough

Its beef with Samsung won't be over until Apple moves all its chip work to Intel.

Price Is Not (Necessarily) Truth

Price momentum is intoxicating, but you might regret your actions in the morning. Many bulls tell me "price is truth" when looking at the consistent market advance of the last two months. To that, I ask the following questions: Were the opening pric...