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A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Starbucks after the company announced it will be adding stores to Sweden and Norway next year.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including the Federal Trade Commission's clearance of Facebook's Instagram acquisition.
Contributor Gary Krakow was wowed by Sony's latest Android smartphone offering, the Xperia S superphone
Contributor Gary Krakow looks at the new Xperia Ion - a beautiful Android phone and the first since Sony and Ericsson went their separate ways.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Apple's finding of malware in its App store for the first time.
A look at some of the day's most searched topics on the Web, includingApple as the company shells out $60 million to settle its iPad namingdispute with Proview Technology.
Parmy Olson, author of We Are Anonymous, delves deep inside the hacker world and offers tips for corporations and individuals to protect themselves.
Last week's pullback gives traders another opportunity to buy shares.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Carlysle Group's plans for an initial public offering.
While its core business will remain under pressure, medical devices could do the trick.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest events on Wall Street.
The small business optimism report shows mixed results just like the stock market. Sony loses billions and Yahoo! searches for answers.
A look at the day's most searched topics on the Web, including the White House's backing of Warren Buffett's proposed modifications to the tax code.
Stocks finish sharply lower Monday on a poor March job creations number. Now, investors will await the next real market catalyst with earnings season kickoff tomorrow.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web -- including AOL's plan to sell over 800 patents and related applications to Microsoft in a deal valued over $1 billion.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, questions Sony's "year."
Your personality and time frame will determine whether you are a momentum or value investor.
The yuan is accelerating against the dollar, and this China ETF is setting up as a short.
Japan's equities have a strong inverse correlation with the yen, and the yen is tumbling.
A decline in the CurrencyShares Japanese Yen began just as a huge rally in oil prices began.
These plays may feel like betting on racehorses, but there is a way to do it carefully -- as with this name.
Price points come under pressure simultaneously with increases in marketing and subsidy spending.
Japan's contracting economy, waning competitiveness and heavy debt load weigh heavily on the yen.
The time to short technology might be soon at hand. "What the wise man does in the beginning, the fool does in the end." -- Warren Buffett Last night on "Fast Money," with Mel, Dan, Guy, Karen and Joe, I raised concerns regarding the Nasdaq market, ...
I'm not exactly a raging bull here, but price-to-book is negative -- and the trend is suspect bullish.
Reporter Brittany Umar details the day's most searched topics on Google, Yahoo! and Twitter -- including Eastman Kodak and Sony Ericsson.
As attacks escalate, demand will increase, and one name stands to be a clear winner.