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More retail news hits Wall Street in the week to come. Apple is expected to unveil its new iPhone on Monday. Facebook is becoming the go-to site for sharing photos.
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The May jobs report lands on Wall Street Friday. All mobile Internet is not created equal. 'Tis the season for frappes at major purveyors of coffee drinks.
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"The retail numbers were largely disappointing across the board," says Stephen Massocca, Senior Vice President at Wedbush Securities. Massocca tells Andrew O'Day "that coupled with some private surveys I've seen over the past couple of weeks clearly shows that at a minimum, the economic growth rate ...
Wall Street gets new data on unemployment on Thursday. Fans can buy tickets to Walt Disney's "Toy Story 3" on Facebook - a first in the movie business. AT&T; Wireless drops its flat-rate data plan.
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May auto sales hit Wall Street. Beer sales are still anything but effervescent despite the latest marketing efforts. Google is phasing out Microsoft Windows at its headquarters.
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Wall Street awaits big news on jobs and lots of other data in the coming week. It's a sign of economic life - more workers are thinking about leaving their current jobs. You Tube videos have a short shelf life - and it's getting shorter.
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Will the latest update on consumer spending help Wall Street extend Thursday's gains? Retailers are trying to get into womens' wallets by selling expensive purses. Some big media companies are refusing to play along with Apple's dislike of Flash.
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Retailers from Costco to Tiffany report as Wall Street hears the latest on unemployment. You can show your love for your favorite NBA team even through your food - with logos on pizza and toast. The U.S. does not lead the world when it comes to broadband speed; it's way back in the pack.
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After it all but ignored Tuesday's housing report, Wall Street gets yet another on Wednesday. Technology could help you avoid long waits at the doctor's office. If your cellphone service is with AT&T;, you will soon be able to unlock your phone and move your service to another carrier.
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More housing news hits Wall Street on Tuesday. Sweet potatoes are hot in the food market. Facebook is changing its privacy setting to make them easier to use.
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Wall Street's spotlight shines on housing in the coming week. Movie prices have gone where no ticket has gone before. Barnes & Noble is changing its stores to put more emphasis on e-books.
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Can Wall Street finish the week stronger after Thursday's correction? Beef prices are up but big burger chains are not passing along the cost to customers. Your pants could someday power your iPod.
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Big retail and tech companies are in the earnings spotlight, as The Gap, Staples, Dell and Intuit report. A survey says nearly half of workers say they've gained weight while at their current job. The demand for smartphones is changing the face of the cellphone industry.
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Deere and Target are in the earnings bullseye. Making a video phone call has just gotten easier. Marvel and Disney are looking for a few characters with superhero potential.
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The world's biggest retailer is opening its books. McDonald's is rolling out some new cold drinks it hopes will be hot sellers. Smartphone makers are jockeying for position in a crowded field.
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Is a consumer resurgence on the horizon? Wall Street gets more clues in the coming week. Google shuts down the web store where it sells its Nexus One phone. Taco Bell showcases its cheap eats with new two-dollar meal deals.
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Retail sales headline Friday's data. Soon, you'll be able to use one finger to change the channel on the TV. As the buzz about the new Apple iPhone continues to heat up, it's RIMM's turn for some tech leaks about its BlackBerry.
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Retail, restaurants and rentals -- video, that is -- are in the earnings spotlight. Starbucks is putting its Seattle's Best coffee into many more places. Pictures posted online have the tech world asking whether Apple has let another prototype iPhone slip out.
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Investors hear from two leaders in retail and tech as Macy's and Cisco report earnings. Companies are loosening their travel budgets. A new app will let anyone who uses it accept credit card payments.
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There's more talk of new market controls after last Thursday's extreme plunge. Google's Android operating system overtakes the iPhone's. Coke's new dispensing system is a high-tech successor to the old drugstore soda jerk.
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