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Holiday shopping season will be on Wall Street's mind in the coming week. Facebook could unveil a new e-mail service on Monday. Wendy's is introducing some new burgers that pay tribute to the company's legendary founder.
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Disney could be a stock to watch on Friday. With the second-to-last Harry Potter movie on the way, what does the conclusion of the series mean for Hollywood? General Electric is going electric - in its car fleet, that is. It's made a commitment to buy thousands of all-electric vehicles.
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It's Veterans Day, but Wall Street still gets news from a few big companies Thursday. The housing downturn is making many homeowners rethink the "Man Cave." Two mid-90's search engines are resurfacing but they're not what they used to be.
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Jobs news hits Wall Street early this week. Hasbro is bringing 3D to your iPhone, but not in time for Christmas. John Grisham has finally made a big-time splash with an e-book.
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In a data-poor week, Wall Street gets something to chew on Tuesday with a couple of retail sales reports. Oakley and Calvin Klein are going after fashion-conscious early adopters of 3D TV technology, with 3D glasses that look more stylish. There's a new web browser designed by alumni of Netscape that ...
The coming week on Wall Street looks to be a quiet one with little news to move the market. Now that we're wise to many identify-theft scams, con artists are branching out into newer technology. Checking in on Facebook could save you money when you shop or dine out.
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News on jobs and home sales rounds out the week on Wall Street. The maker of Hefty bags hopes designer trash bags that include a privacy feature will be a hot seller for fashion-conscious homeowners. A new product from Microsoft could be the must-have electronic device of the holiday season.
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Will stocks break their habit of falling the day after Fed Day? GPS isn't the latest thing anymore. Now, one attempt to revive the industry is a thing of the past. The latest washing machines do things you might not even have thought of - for a price.
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The Fed decision highlights a busy day of news and earnings for Wall Street. Wal-Mart cuts prices on big-screen TVs in an effort to lure shoppers in for the holidays. Google Translate waxes poetic.
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Election Day may be a non-event for Wall Street. A new search engine hopes to carve out a chunk of Google's market. It's called Blekko. Business travelers don't like them, but many end up flying on small planes.
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Jobs will take the lead when it comes to economic reports, but a Fed meeting bears close watching this week. If you are thinking about buying a new TV you may want to wait for more price cuts. And doll makers are making their dolls bigger. It's all in this edition of Money Markets and More.
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Another blue chip oil company posts quarterly profits. It's a big day when it comes to economic news. Black Friday is moving up. Candy is dandy, but Halloween is all about the Washingtons. And forget where you parked your car? You might need an Autobot. It's all in this edition of Money Markets and More.
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Another round of earnings reports could grab Wall Street's attention, as might the latest on jobless claims. Catfish farmers are sinking due to higher feed costs and cheaper imported fish. More and more businesses are finding; there's an app for that. And with consumers headed back to restaurants, investors ...
The earnings onslaught goes on as more companies crack open their quarterly books. There's more news on tap revolving around the housing industry. High tech gadgets are high on most holiday gift lists this year. There's more proof open Wi-Fi networks are dangerous. And Lady Gaga looses out when it comes ...
Another round of profit reports, as well as the latest on home prices and consumer moods top the day's calendar. Using your real name has helped Facebook become a great success. Barnes and Noble targets readers who can't yet tie their shoes. And since Americans already have so much stuff, we haven't ...
We will get our first look at how the economy did in the third quarter. There's trouble in online TV Land. And the top restaurant trend of 2011 will be pies. All of this and more in this edition of Money Markets and More.
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There are still plenty of earnings reports for Wall Street to consider. It's the Great Banana Challenge as vending machine operators look to sell healthier fare. Some unemployed Americans are finding they're no longer qualified to fill the jobs they used to hold. And Walgreen introduces a service to ...
Another flood of profit reports could help drive stocks. But more economic news may have an effect as well. We are feeling nostalgic for board games. A car that drives itself: Phone it and it will pick you up. And then battle between Adobe and Apple has some retailers caught in the crossfire. It's all ...
More blue chips and other big names will open their quarterly books and the Fed's Beige Book is on tap. The eat-local movement is headed to hotel rooftop gardens. Hollywood's next big-money movie season is almost upon us. And the population on the Web is closing in on two billion.
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Quarterly profit reports along with a look at housing starts will help give Wall Street a busy Tuesday. Twenty years later we are still calling MovieFone as mobile devices help keep it relevant. Zero percent credit card offers are making a comeback. And there's a new app that takes catalogs online.
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