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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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If Wall Street behaves itself, consumers and factories could steal the spotlight this coming week. Apple announces the first dates and locations of the iPad's world tour. And Walt Disney is trying to squeeze more value out of its beloved characters.
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Wall Street, after the fall. Adrienne Mitchell spoke to Loren Danielson of RBC Wealth Management as stock prices plunged to "absurd levels" Thursday, losing 998 points at its worst point. Next up: News on April jobs. Netbook makers are not fans of the iPad. And economic belt-tightening leads to fewer ...
Familiar food brands that have been around since we were kids are making a big effort to be noticed. We get one more look at the job situation before Friday's big April employment report. Even a made-up salary for moms has been hit by the recession. And Google is rolling out a new look.
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It's Cinco de Mayo! So we're stocking up on chips and queso dip. We get a check of the services side of the economy, and a preview of sorts of the federal jobs tally coming out this Friday. Plus, a major food distributor is selling jalapeno poppers to a captive audience. Literally.
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Deep-fried pickle chips anyone? That's one new offering from a restaurant chain that wants your late night business. Plus, despite the doubters, the iPad has quickly found an audience. And we'll find out how many home sales are in the pipeline.
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Jobs, cars and consumers highlight a busy economic calendar this week. Kraft is hitting the silver screen - rolling out new mini-movies. And marketers are turning cautious about online ads because of all the privacy concerns. Hear all about it on the Monday edition of Money Markets and More.
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Just how much the economy grew at the start of the year will get the attention of Wall Street, along with the latest on the mood of the consumer and more quarterly profit reports. The market for lipstick and other cosmetics is expanding - to include pre-teen girls. And Kindle will soon keep track of ...
The earnings reporting season isn't done yet...not by a long shot. Maybe you should have bought some Apple stock instead of that iPod way back when. And when it comes to a brand, some companies have a lot more value tied up in theirs than many others. It's all on Money Markets and More for Thursday.
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While no one expects interest rates to change when the Fed meets, everyone will be looking for clues in the central bank's statement, about when that might happen. More household names post quarterly earnings. Starbucks perks up its cold Frappuccino line for hot summer sales. And Google gobbles up an ...
Goldman Sachs execs answer to a Senate subcommittee. The Conference Board will check in on the consumer. And you're getting your hands dirty again. The do-it-yourself revolution is gaining momentum.
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The Fed and economic growth will highlight the week ahead on Wall Street. Now is the time to fly to Europe, since the price is so low. And a seller of an e-reader is scrambling to upgrade the product. It's all in the Monday edition on Money Markets and More.
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