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  • Apple earnings may chill Wall Street 

    Investors are worried that iPhone sales could fall year-over-year for the first time ever due to worries about China and sluggish demand for the 6s in the U.S. Is Apple too dependent on the iPhone?

  • Skechers is winning the sneaker wars 

    Yes, the company known mainly for its Shape-ups is surging. Shares of Skechers are trouncing Nike, Under Armour and Adidas this year thanks to strong sales and profits.

  • Weight Watchers soars on Oprah investment 

    The struggling diet company is getting a much needed boost from Oprah Winfrey. She's buying a 10% stake, becoming a Weight Watchers member and joining the company's board.

  • Is Starbucks unstoppable? 

    The coffee king's stock is at an all-time high and it's hard to see anything on the horizon that can slow Starbucks down.

  • Goldman is more like a boring bank ... but don't expect toasters 

    Goldman Sachs bought GE online deposits and and will sell its Colombian coal mining assets.

  • Oil keeps plunging. Here's why. 

    Iran is now pumping more oil, adding to concerns about a global supply glut. But volatility in China is leading to fears about oil demand. Copper, corn and other commodities are tumbling too.

  • Can it get any worse for Whole Foods? 

    The stock has continued to plunge after its disastrous earnings report. A shareholder is suing Whole Foods for the NYC overpricing scandal. And John Oliver just tore the company apart.

  • The WWE body slams its skeptics 

    Forget Hulk Hogan. The WWE is rapidly adding subscribers for its streaming network. That's led to profits -- and a huge jump in WWE's stock.

  • Gold is no longer glittering. Here's why 

    The price of gold has continued to plunge for a variety of reasons. Little inflation, no Grexit, a strong dollar and concerns about Chinese demand have all hurt the yellow metal.