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General Electric reports a first quarter profit rising 16%, meeting estimates. Brittany Umar details that and the morning's other top news.
Google, Microsoft slip in with decent earnings, while Dell gets dumped by Blackstone - TheStreet's Debra Borchardt updates investors.
Dell strikes a deal with billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn limiting his investment in the company. Brittany Umar has details on that as well as a look at the rest of the morning's top news.
These two inexpensive stocks will likely also benefit from this renowned investor advocate's activism.
If it can get through the earnings thicket, the move could have huge legs.
Apple's apology, Dell's misconceived memo and more of Wall Street's most moronic moments from the past week.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. suggests investors look beyond iconic tech names like Apple. He tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt smaller mobile names have more potential.
Plenty of other companies are expanding their end markets and seeing new applications for their products.
The rising bids for the company leave arbitrage traders with little room to move.
Stock futures are pointing to a higher open this morning as Electronic Arts gets an upgrade and the bidding war over Dell continues. TheStreet's Lindsey Bell reports from New York.
I figured Michael Dell for hubris -- but I did not figure the marketplace for ignorance.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that Dell is only for daytraders.
The movement in the large-cap technology space has accelerated over the last few months.
Alan Valdes of DME Securities tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that investors don't want to miss this market rally.
Cyprus will shut down its second-largest bank and impose heavy losses on uninsured depositors in exchange for a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) bailout. Brittany Umar has details on that as well as a look at the day's other most searched trends on the Web.
Stock look set to open higher as Cyprus agrees to drastic bailout measures, while Blackberry tanks and Dell mulls competing bids to take the computer maker private. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt has today's before the bell action.
Cash-flow yield provides a clear view of stocks' returns relative to interest rates.
Jill Malandrino of TheStreet's Options Profits and Arvind Sodhani, President of Intel Capital, review trends in the tech sector, what areas Intel Capital wants to invest in and where the innovation is.
All eyes will be on IBM CEO Ginni Rometty when she speaks at the Council on Foreign Relations later today. TheStreet's James Rogers explains what we can expect.
Markets look set to extend yesterday's rally as traders shift their attention to bank stress test results which are due out later today. TheStreet's Jill Malandrino has the before the bell action.
It may just be the remaining investment bankers that are the winners here.