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Himax Technologies is an interesting play as it diversifies its TV dependence.
Huge winners in 2013 could quickly become vulnerable in 2014.
Notes on Yahoo! and Best Buy. By Bret Jensen Interesting firing of Yahoo!'s (YHOO) COO this morning. Marisa Mayer personally recruited this executive from Google (GOOG) and fires him a year later. Living in Miami, this is like the Dolphin's head coa...
After the stock's recent drubbing, a buy-write combination has nice odds.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has traced out new behavior patterns for shoppers.
These sectors are the places to be, even after yesterday's remarkable rally.
Tech stocks rallied early in the day, then gave back gains as the group struggles to move higher. Game consoles fight over bragging rights.
Shopping from tablets and smartphones may reach $7.1 billion this season.
Twitter is filling up with reports of available Xbox One units on the shelf, but no PS4's in sight. Microsoft wins product launch battle.
Retailers are holding onto their PS'4's and Xbox One's until Black Friday - creating an unnecessary shopping frenzy.
Needham & Company upgrades GameStop from Hold to Buy, one day after the company issued a weak fourth-quarter guidance.
As the rally continues, ConvergEx Chief Strategist Nicholas Colas points out the lack of fear in investors.
Sears and Target report earnings this morning, with retailers Gap and Abercrombie set to release figures as well. And Cramer has a pick he's taking... all the way to the bank.
It'll be a big week for many of the nation's large retailers, with TJX Companies, JCPenney, Sears Holdings, Target and Gap just some of the names reporting earnings.
In fact, stocks are sometimes wildly mispriced, as we've recently seen in Best Buy and Pioneer Natural Resources.
TheStreet looks at companies set to report earnings, stocks making moves on M&A and one company that got a big boost from Carl Icahn.