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  • Chesapeake's CEO under fire 

    Aubrey McClendon, CEO of natural gas driller Chesapeake is under fire for taking personal stakes in the company's wells.

  • Occupiers: Eviction made us stronger 

    Occupy Wall Street sounds off after the protestors are allowed back into lower Manhattan's Zuccotti park.

  • Amazon's shares slip on earnings 

    Shares of Amazon are down sharply after the company posted weak earnings results, due to heavy investments in new warehouses and digital products like the Kindle Fire.

  • Netflix bleeds subscribers 
    Netflix bleeds subscribers(1:14)Oct 25 2011

    Shares of Netflix plunge after the online and mail-order movie company shed 800,000 subscribers last quarter.

  • Caterpillar plows through earnings 

    Investors cheer Caterpillar's latest earnings report, as the construction equipment maker beat estimates and raised its forecast.

  • GE earnings fail to impress 
    GE earnings fail to impress(1:09)Oct 21 2011

    General Electric reported lukewarm profit and sales, disappointing investors who had hoped for more from the economic bellwether.

  • GOP candidates bash Cain tax plan 

    At the CNN Western Republican debate in Las Vegas, the GOP presidential field ganged up on front runner Herman Cain.

  • Apple's rare miss 
    Apple's rare miss(1:31)Oct 19 2011

    The tech giant reported stellar sales of Macs and iPads but its fourth-quarter earnings and revenue missed forecasts.

  • Mixed bag for big banks 
    Mixed bag for big banks(1:38)Oct 18 2011

    Goldman Sachs is in the red for the first time since 2008, while BofA ekes out a $6.2 billion profit.

  • A slick $38 billion pipeline deal 

    Kinder Morgan's acquisition of rival pipeline operator El Paso will create the fourth-largest energy company in North America.

  • Google's domination paying off 

    Shares of the search giant are soaring after Google reports a big jump in earnings, ad revenue and number of users.

  • JPMorgan's 'cautious' report 
    JPMorgan's 'cautious' report(1:23)Oct 13 2011

    JPMorgan, the first of Wall Street's big banks to report earnings, had a solid report but CEO Jamie Dimon remained cautious, saying the current market is a 'challenging' one.

  • Earnings off to rough start 
    Earnings off to rough start(1:28)Oct 12 2011

    Aluminum giant Alcoa's third-quarter profit missed expectations, but PepsiCo topped forecasts with a 4% pop, thanks to higher prices and stronger snack and beverage sales.

  • Dollar Thrifty goes solo 
    Dollar Thrifty goes solo(1:08)Oct 11 2011

    After seeking a buyer for almost a year, Dollar Thrifty has decided to stay independent after CEO Scott Thompson says Hertz's offer did not satisfy anti-trust concerns.

  • Netflix backtracks on Qwikster 

    Netflix abandons plans to rebrand its DVD rentals as a separate service called Qwikster, saying the decision was made too quickly.

  • Sprint catches the iPhone 4S wave 

    Pre-orders are pouring in for Sprint's iPhone 4S after the cell provider reached a deal with Apple to buy 30 million iPhones.

  • Apple stock under the Jobs' reign 

    You'd be rich if you bought 100 shares of Apple back in 1997, when they were going for $4 apiece. CNN's Carter Evans discusses how Steve Jobs transformed Apple.

  • Costco sales surge 
    Costco sales surge(1:00)Oct 5 2011

    Costco reported strong sales at stores open at least a year but its new membership fees may put a crimp in that momentum.

  • Troubled UBS picks itself up 

    UBS said it expects to post a 'modest profit' in the third quarter, despite last month's rogue trading scandal and Moody's possible downgrade of the Swiss bank.

  • Investors shun debit fees 
    Investors shun debit fees(1:09)Sep 30 2011

    Bank stocks have been hammered this year and the latest move by Bank of America to start charging customers $5 a month to use their debit cards isn't helping.

  • AMD's lousy sales forecast 
    AMD's lousy sales forecast(1:12)Sep 29 2011

    Shares of Advanced Micro Devices get walloped after the second-largest chipmaker slashed its sales outlook by nearly half.

  • Investors take a shine to gold and silver 

    Optimism in Europe has silver on the rise and gold rebounding from its biggest three-day drop since October, 2008.

  • Dreamworks re-animates Netflix shares 

    Beleagured streaming service Netflix got a boost after signing a deal with Dreamworks to begin offering the company's popular animated franchises.

  • Goodrich flying high on UTX deal 

    Shares of Goodrich skyrocket after United Technologies agrees to buy the aircraft parts maker for $16.5 billion in cash.

  • Software giants beat analysts' forecasts 

    Shares of Adobe and Oracle surge after the software makers report strong earnings, while Microsoft gets a boost from its dividend hike.

  • Investors bullish on iPhone 5 

    Shares of Apple reach all-time highs on news that the tech giant will release two new iPhones this fall.

  • Ralcorp not biting ConAgra offer 

    For the fourth time since March, cereal maker Ralcorp Holdings refused a $5.2 billion takeover bid by food company ConAgra.

  • RIMM rocked by slow sales 
    RIMM rocked by slow sales(1:16)Sep 16 2011

    Shares of BlackBerry-maker RIM sag as disappointing smartphone and tablet sales have investors wondering if the company will ever return to its glory days.

  • UBS' unauthorized trades 
    UBS' unauthorized trades(0:45)Sep 15 2011

    Shares of UBS tumbled after the Swiss bank said it may report a loss in third quarter after discovering $2 billion in unauthorized trades.

  • News from Europe could be worse 

    Investors breathe a sigh of relief as Moody's downgrades only two, of what was expected to be three, French banks.

  • Investors bail out of Best Buy 

    Shares of the electronis retailer are getting hammered after the company reported earnings and sales that fell short of forecasts.

  • Bank of America's axe starts swinging 

    CEO Brian Moynihan told investors that the bank plans to cut 30,000 jobs and save $5 billion.

  • McGraw-Hill splits up 
    McGraw-Hill splits up(0:56)Sep 12 2011

    McGraw-Hill's stock gets a boost after the company officially announces plans to break itself up into two businesses, education and markets.

  • Lululemon stock goes, 'Down dog' 

    Despite a strong earnings report shares of hip athletic clothing maker Lululemon took a hit today on a weak third-quarter outlook.

  • Monster, Manpower feel jobs pain 

    Investors have been shunning career sites and placement firms this year, amid high unemployment and zero job growth.

  • Yahoo rises as Bartz departs 

    Investors rejoice as Yahoo ousts infamously potty-mouthed CEO Carol Bartz. The company named CFO Tim Morse as Bartz's interim replacement.

  • Immelt begins second decade at GE 

    CEO Jeff Immelt has shunned large deals since taking over from Jack Welch. But the stock has suffered.

  • Paper profits 
    Paper profits(1:19)Sep 6 2011

    Temple-Inland surged 25% after International Paper agreed to buy it for $3.48 billion. International Paper shares were up too, despite the broader market sell-off

  • Banks get pummeled 
    Banks get pummeled(1:15)Sep 2 2011

    Shares of Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and others are hit hard following reports that a federal housing authority plans to sue a dozen or so banks for their shady mortgage dealings.

  • Netflix loses Starz 
    Netflix loses Starz(1:12)Sep 2 2011

    Netflix has lost what the company calls its 'most important deal' after the two sides failed to agree on new contract terms.

  • Bank of New York ousts CEO 
    Bank of New York ousts CEO(1:03)Sep 1 2011

    Investors responded positively to the forced resignation of CEO Robert Kelly who will be replaced by company president Gerald Hassel.

  • Costco leads in robust retail sales 

    Same store sales rose 11% for Costco as other brand-name retailers beat expectations, slightly easing economic worries.

  • AT&T, T-Mobile deal in jeopardy 

    The Justice department filed an antitrust suit seeking to block the $39 billion merger deal.

  • Monster, LinkedIn bet on jobs 

    Shares of Monster, LinkedIn and Dice Holdings get a boost from reports showing a decline in the pace of layoffs and continuing job growth.

  • Barnes and Noble's Nook bet pays off 

    Shares of the book retailer are up despite weak earnings as investors rally around the company's strong outlook for its Nook tablet.

  • Dollar General hikes sales outlook 

    Shares of Dollar General surge after the discount retailer raised its sales outlook after posting a strong quarterly profit report.

  • Monsanto: Corn crop pain 
    Monsanto: Corn crop pain(1:10)Aug 29 2011

    New research claims corn at several Iowa farms is being destroyed by a superbug that has adapted to Monsanto's genetically-modified seed.

  • Retailers see boost in Irene's wake 

    Shares of Home Depot, Lowes among others could get a sales boost as shoppers buy supplies to recover from Hurricane Irene.

  • Investors stream toward Pandora 

    Shares of Pandora jump double-digits after the Internet music company reported a 117% jump in revenue in its first report since going public in June.

  • Insurers brace for stormy sell-off 

    As the entire East Coast awaits Hurricane Irene, major insurance companies prepare for an onslaught of billions of dollars in claims.

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