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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.
Playstation is first to market with its latest game console, with Microsoft's Xbox coming out this week. Let the battle begin.
The bulls are stronger than the bears as the rally continues says Jeff Weiss of Tejas Securities, while Brittany Umar says its game on.
Thanks but no thanks. I am quickly passing on Sony (SNE), as there are too many fundamental blemishes on the company. Next!
After Third Point's invovlement, I figured this one is worth a look. My research project this morning is Sony (SNE), the target of Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund. The shares are down $5 a share from their recent highs. I am doing a research dive ...
Watch for smaller stocks with good revenue and earnings potential.
Households have learned to live in a post-recession economy.
In fact, stocks are sometimes wildly mispriced, as we've recently seen in Best Buy and Pioneer Natural Resources.
Tim Jenison talks about partnering with magicians Penn & Teller on the documentary Tim's Vermeer, showing how he replicated the painter.
TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia details the landscape for Electronic Arts' future with Andrew Wilson as CEO and whether investors should buy in.
This is no field of dreams moment, just because it's been built does not mean they will buy.
Stocks are heading lower and bond yields higher as investors await jobs data. Blackberry preps for sale and Microsoft gives Xbox One date.
It might make sense for Microsoft to unlock the power of Xbox by spinning it off as an IPO. TheStreet team is game to look into the idea.
Wal-Mart agrees to improve safety conditions at more than 2,800 U.S. stores and pay $190,000 in a settlement with the Labor Department.
Dell's Straw Poll, Not-So Golden Grahams, First Solar Dims and Loeb Lays Low highlight Gregg Greenberg's Dumbest Things this week.
Chris Nolter, senior writer for The Deal, details Sony's decision to turn down shareholder Dan Loeb's entertainment unit sell-off proposal.
Let's take a peek at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures down 2.50; Nasdaq futures down 1.50; Nikkei up 1% (more talk of pension reallocation out of bonds and into stocks, steel stocks st...
Jim Cramer says BlackBerry is a risky stock and if you want to buy it, wait until it's $12 a share.
Sony Mobile has unveiled SmartWatch 2 SW2, its third-generation smartwatch, at the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai.
Three-dimensional printing company Stratasys is buying rival MakerBot Industries for $403 million in stock.
Electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors has announced a recall of 1,228 2013 Model S vehicles due to a seat bracket defect.
The Labor Department said on Tuesday that its Consumer Price Index climbed by 0.1% in May, slightly less than economists' forecasts.
The dollar recovered pulling stocks upwards as Facebook investors grumble at the shareholding meeting. Game console wars have begun.
Japan's SoftBank raises its bid for Sprint Nextel Corp. in effort to stave off a competing bid for the wireless carrier from Dish Network.