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The Buzz Videos
  • Twitter proves skeptics wrong ... for now 

    No Fail Whale here. The little blue bird wows Wall Street. But Twitter is still much smaller than Facebook. And can it sustain the World Cup momentum?

  • Apple this close to new all-time high 

    Remember when everyone hated Tim Cook and Apple's stock was in the iDoldrums? Apple's shares have come roaring back and a new record of above $100 is in reach.

  • Billionaires win big in dollar store deal 

    Dollar stores cater to average consumers. But wealthy hedge fund managers Carl Icahn and Nelson Peltz stand to gain the most from the deal. Rival Dollar General looks to be the big loser.

  • Amazon drones need to drop some profits! 

    Investors are growing impatient with Amazon. Investments in Kindle and the Fire Phone hurt earnings in the short-run. But should the market really bet against Jeff Bezos over the long haul?

  • El Pollo Loco is NOT Chipotle 

    El Pollo Loco is the latest restaurant chain testing the appetite of Wall Street. But it's losing money and has a lot of debt. So investors should not buy the IPO with dreams that it's the next Chipotle.

  • Dunkin' stock has many holes 

    Dunkin' Brands said U.S. sales were a bit weak due to the weather. Really? That seems like an excuse. Tough competition from Starbucks and others may be the real culprit.

  • Facebook is all grown up 

    Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook had a 'good' second quarter. That's a massive understatement. The company is firing on all cylinders and the stock is soaring. Even Janet Yellen might approve.

  • Apple & Microsoft: Both kicking butt 

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella continues to impress Wall Street with his new cloud strategy and investors are excited about new Apple products. Apple's $164.5 billion in cash doesn't hurt either.

  • Comcast: Poor service, good stock 

    A lot of people hate their cable company and talk about cutting the cord. But are they just ditching video and still using broadband access to watch Netflix? It looks that way from Comcast earnings.

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