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Use the overall weakness to pick up the America First stocks.
Recent data and news present a host of 'walking contradictions.'
For every blowout report there are likely to be disappointments.
Keep these points from its most recent quarter in mind.
Change is coming to Apple with its new retail store head, former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, starting in April. Brian Sozzi predicts she will begin her tenure with these three changes.
Microsoft's highly-anticipated new combat game "Titanfall" goes on sale Tuesday and stands to help Microsoft's Xbox One in its competition for sales with Sony's PlayStation 4.
Hollywood's increasing reliance on expensive "tentpole" movies and the rise of high quality cable TV shows are jeopardizing the movie business.
Brandon Victor Dixon shares his Broadway journey with TheStreet's Cherella Cox.
Futures in the green ahead of Apple earnings and on CAT's surprise.
For film executives, Sundance generates an excitement all its own, and with it, the lure of buying a movie that appears to be a breakout hit. Every distributor wants to find the next "Little Miss Sunshine," though too often all they get is "mountain fever."
Dave McCarthy of Microsoft's Xbox unit and celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson give TheStreet's Jill Malandrino a product review of the new Xbox Fitness.
Research firm Gartner predicts that sales of devices running Google's Android operating system will hit 1.1 billion in 2014 -- nearly a 26% increase from last year.
Maria's Big Move, Volcker's New View, Amazon's Air Force, Brett Breaks Out and Loeb Goes Hollywood highlight Gregg Greenberg's Dumbest Predictions List for 2014.
Microsoft's Xbox One outsold Sony's PlayStation 4 at Wal-Mart and Target on Black Friday, according to analytics firm InfoScout.
Tech stocks rallied early in the day, then gave back gains as the group struggles to move higher. Game consoles fight over bragging rights.
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.
Needham & Company upgrades GameStop from Hold to Buy, one day after the company issued a weak fourth-quarter guidance.
Xbox One pre-orders are double that of Xbox 360, according to Marc Whitten, Microsoft's chief product officer. Supply is tight for the holidays.