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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Altera, Amazon, Chipotle, Halliburton, MGIC, Nokia, SAP, Teva and More

Stocks were down slightly on Wednesday, after two days of being indicated higher. The trend that has remained in place for almost four years now is that investors keep buying ...
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Why Best Buy Sells Frigidaire Dish Washers

Best Buy Co. Inc. (NYSE: BBY) sells Frigidaire Dish Washers for $479.99, which is $120 below the regular price. The consumer electronics retailer also sells refrigerators, driers, microwaves and ovens, ...
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Amazon Moves Into the Travel Business

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has a new line of business. It will allow customers to book travel, within some markets the e-commerce site serves. Customers can go to a hotel ...
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Target Site Collapses: Anxiety for Other E-Commerce Sites

Demand for Lilly Pulitzer clothing knocked Target.com offline early on the morning of April 19. The Wall Street Journal quoted a Target spokesperson who said, “When the traffic got heavier, ...
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6 Top Tech Earnings Previews This Week: IBM, Google, Qualcomm, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook

In the past week, several technology companies reported earnings after having issued warnings for their earnings reports. While this might make some investors worried about the quality of earnings, the ...
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How Currencies Will Impact Internet Giants

Over the past quarter we have seen a fierce drop in the euro relative to the dollar, almost to the point of parity. This has acted as a serious overhang ...
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Apple, Samsung Drop US Smartphone Market Share in February

For the three-month period ending in February, Samsung Electronics lost 1.1% of market share in the U.S. smartphone market. It now holds a total share of 28.6%. The Korean electronics ...
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Is Prime Paying Off for Amazon?

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) can claim 40 million customers for its $99-a-year Amazon Prime service. That amounts to about $4 billion in membership fees. Amazon can also claim an annual ...
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Amazon Launches Home Services Operation

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will help consumers clean, install electronics devices and take out the garbage. It is hard to imagine why Amazon would bother because this service is nearly ...
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Can Wal-Mart Compete With Amazon in Drone Delivery?

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has added the Dallas-area to its Prime Now one-hour delivery service cities. It joins Manhattan, Brooklyn, Baltimore and Miami as the fifth metropolitan area to get ...
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GameStop and the Death of Traditional Video Game Sales

GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) announced earnings for the year and the fourth quarter that ended on January 31. Many investors were disappointed that video console sales were dropping. More important ...
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5 Top Cloud Storage Tech Stocks to Buy Now

If there is one thing that is becoming ubiquitous these days in storage, it is consumers and businesses going to the cloud. While the competition for lower-cost storage services tends ...
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YouTube Launches 360 Degree Video

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) has had a fit trying to turn YouTube into a profitable venture large enough to affect the search company's bottom line. Although as many as half ...
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Nearly Half of All Americans Watched a Google Video in February

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) is by far the Internet’s largest search engine and its various websites, including YouTube, continue to attract the largest audience for viewing online video on a ...
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Still a Long Way to Go for Amazon Drone Deliveries

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday issued an experimental airworthiness certificate to a division of Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) that allows the company to conduct outdoor testing of ...
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