Shares of TripAdvisor tripped in early trading after the online booking company beat estimates, but it also revealed it switched its auditor. Today is a big day for earnings with MetLife, Zillow, Whole Foods Market, Cisco and CBS set to report earnings, and Dr. Pepper-Snapple will start the day off reporting before the bell. Meanwhile, Jim Cramer likes General Electric, which pays a dividend that brings good things to investors. TheStreet's Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square.
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