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Electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors has announced a recall of 1,228 2013 Model S vehicles due to a seat bracket defect.
Scotts Miracle-No!, Synta's Sorrow and Google's Porn Problem highlight Gregg Greenberg's 5 Dumbest list this week.
Satellite TV operator Dish Network raised its bid for Clearwire, topping the existing rival offer by Sprint Nextel.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that investors should stay long on Sprint stock.
Dish is making a bid for Sprint, throwing the Softbank deal into question, while Clearwire mulls defaulting on interested payment - TheStreet's Debra Borchardt details.
Speculators who took a chance on these low-dollar names did very, very well.
Jim Cramer always keeps an eye on speculation plays and this week a handful have played out nicely.
Stocks were finally moving higher after three down days amid positive corporate news.
As Sprint and Dish battle over Clearwire, Jim Cramer says the winner is Clearwire since the price just went up.
Mad Money Research Associate Nicole Urken gives you the news you need before Wednesday's market open
Sprint finalized it's talks to purchase the 49% of remaining Clearwire stock. The Street's Joe Deaux on the company's future and corporate bandwith.
Sprint Nextel bids $2.1 billion to buy the remaining stake of wireless Internet provider Clearwire that it does not already own.
Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier (@davidspeltier) invites viewers to the 1-year anniversary of his live, #SU10chat on Dec. 13, at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Join Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier @davidspeltier on Twitter Thursday at 4:30 pm ET, for his #SU10chat
Tech reporter Chris Ciaccia breaks down the news that Japan's Softbank is in talks to buy Sprint Nextel and how the deal stands to affect not just the companies, but consumers.
Verizon Wireless is betting heavily on this high-speed standard -- here's how you can take advantage of this trend.
These underperformers are looking poised to catch up with the broader rally.