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Netflix & American Express Upgraded, eBay Cut on Wall Street

Netflix (NFLX) and American Express (AXP) are upgraded but a downgrade for eBay (EBAY) in Thursday's Analysts' Actions.

Google Takes Aim at Amazon With Expanded Shopping Express Service

Google is expanding its shopping service to more cities, more stores and more products, taking aim at rivals like Amazon.

What To Watch on Wall Street for Tuesday, October 7th 2014

On Tuesday October 7th, quick service restaurant company Yum! Brands is scheduled to release its third quarter earnings before market open.

BlackBerry and Samsung Take Aim at Apple, Walmart Bets on Banking

BlackBerry unveiled first major new phone in almost two years, Samsung readied its Galaxy Note 4 for landing in China and South Korea, and Walmart added checking accounts.

Green Dot Inks a Deal With Walmart For Its GoBank Service

Shares of Green Dot soared on Wednesday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

Walmart Teams with Green Dot to Offer Customers Checking Accounts

Walmart is now offering GoBank, a checking account product from Green Dot Bank.

Sears Holdings Tumbles on Eddie Lampert's $400 Million Loan

Shares of Sears Holdings tumbled on Tuesday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

Home Depot Computer System Hacked, Secret Service to Investigate

Shares of home depot ended the day lower on Tuesday after the company confirmed that hackers broke into its computer system connecting thousands of stores in the U.S and Canada.

What to Watch on Wall Street for Monday, Sept. 8, 2014

We keep an eye on Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba Group (BABA) as it kicks off a global roadshow in New York ahead of its initial public offering.

Jim Cramer Says Use Weakness in Home Depot to Buy Home Depot

Home Depot is the potential source of a large data breach but Jim Cramer says the weakness in Home Depot is a buying opportunity.