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Jefferies Makes Big Changes to Franchise Picks Stock Portfolio

With the market just a few weeks away from the proverbial summer doldrums, which by the way, could be less dull this year, many of the top firms we cover on Wall ...
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Companies With the Best (and Worst) Reputations

Automaker Volkswagen now has the worst reputation of any major company in the United States. E-retailer Amazon.com has the best reputation, and Apple moved into second place, beating rival Samsung, ...
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Dish Earnings Top Estimates

Dish Network Corp. (NASDAQ: DISH) reported its first-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Wednesday. The company said it had $0.84 in earnings per share (EPS) on $3.79 billion ...
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Jefferies Has 3 Top Blue Chip Value Stocks to Buy Now

The tide for the markets may be starting to turn, and the follow through Monday on the heels of last week's positive trading may be just what investors need to ...
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FCC Approves Set-Top Box Change

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday approved by a three-to-two vote along political party lines FCC chairman Tom Wheeler's proposed rules to separate the proprietary set-top cable or satellite ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Cerner, Intel, Peabody Energy, Rackspace, Weyerhaeuser, Whole Foods and More

Stocks were indicated higher again on Wednesday, which might make for a three-day rally. Is it possible that investors are wanting to rejoin their prior four-year trend of buying pullbacks? ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Cisco, Dish, First Data, Level 3, Regions, SolarCity, Tesla, Twitter, Visa and More

Stocks had tried to find some footing this week, but now the pressure from European banks was too much and stocks were getting pounded. Fed Chair Janet Yellen was not ...
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Pay-TV Operators in FCC Sights

The first sentence of a proposal released Wednesday by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler surely sent shivers up and down the spines of cable and satellite operators, "Ninety-nine ...
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America’s Most Hated Companies

Today's rapid and near-ubiquitous dissemination of news and information means corporations, too, can be more vulnerable to public opinion. For many companies, recovering from a bad reputation can seem impossible. ...
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Why Scripps Networks Is a Bright Spot in a Gloomy Media Universe

Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. (NYSE: SNI), the parent of HGTV and Food Network, was a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy media universe when it reported a surprising good quarter ...
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4 Top Jefferies Value Stocks to Buy This Week

With earnings for the third quarter still rushing in fast and furious, analysts and strategists on Wall Street are also starting to get some color from companies not only on ...
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8 Fresh Analyst Stock Picks With 50% to 100% Upside

Did the stock market mark a formal bottom last week? That is what investors are wondering now that the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 1,000 from the bottom ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Brookdale, Dish, Groupon, Infinera, Medtronic, Pier 1, Tupperware, Yum and More

Stocks were looking for direction on Thursday, but while lower early on they were considerably off the lows. Investors have signaled over and over that they will buy the top ...
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Comcast, Time Warner Again Rank Lowest in Customer Satisfaction

The path to consumers’ hearts for telecom companies is paved with higher performance and better reliability. These attributes define the customer experience, and the better a company provides them, the ...
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Cable TV: Not as Big a Loser as Everyone Believes

Everyone has seen the results of second-quarter earnings reports from pay-TV operators. Subscriptions are down and the drop is going to get worse. Or, maybe not. Craig Moffett, principal and ...
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