1. Garmin Stumbles, TomTom Grabs Lead (GRMN)
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    Garmin Stumbles, TomTom Grabs Lead (GRMN)

    GPS maker Garmin gave up its bid for Tele Atlas. It's losing market share, and the stock has plenty of downside left.
  2. Kroger Sell-Off Could Be A Buying Opportunity (KR)
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    Kroger Sell-Off Could Be A Buying Opportunity (KR)

    The market didn't like Kroger's 1.1% decline in gross margins, but the stock is worth a second look.
  3. Don't Ride The McDonald's Train (MCD)
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    Don't Ride The McDonald's Train (MCD)

    McDonald's had another incredible quarter, but a host of issues could derail its momentum in the new year.
  4. Toll Brothers Finally Nearing A Bottom? (TOL)
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    Toll Brothers Finally Nearing A Bottom? (TOL)

    Toll Brothers released its Q4 earnings and they were bad, but there were also some good points. Is it worth a second look?
  5. Zander's Exit Leaves Icahn Free To Pull The Strings (MOT)
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    Zander's Exit Leaves Icahn Free To Pull The Strings (MOT)

    CEO Ed Zander's departure gives Motorola a fresh perspective and may clear the way for a little shareholder activism, too.
  6. Trump Misplayed His Hand (TRMP)
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    Trump Misplayed His Hand (TRMP)

    The company's CFO quit and new competition is coming to Atlantic City. Perhaps Trump should have folded when he had the chance.
  7. AMD Could Be A Bargain (AMD)
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    AMD Could Be A Bargain (AMD)

    At under $10 a share and with Mubadala Development Company's interest, AMD might be worth a second look.
  8. Citigroup's Cash Infusion Should Pay Off (C)
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    Citigroup's Cash Infusion Should Pay Off (C)

    The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority is banking on Citigroup's future. Its investment is good news for shareholders.
  9. No Foam In This Beer (BUD)
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    No Foam In This Beer (BUD)

    Anheuser-Busch is branching into new products and ramping up advertising. The stock is worth a second look.
  10. Whole Foods Q4 Results A Morale Breaker (WFMI)
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    Whole Foods Q4 Results A Morale Breaker (WFMI)

    Whole Foods Market failed to meet expectations in Q4. One more dissapointment in a year of letdowns.
  11. Trouble Brewing At Starbucks (SBUX)
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    Trouble Brewing At Starbucks (SBUX)

    Solid quarterly earnings hid the fact that U.S. traffic is declining and rising dairy costs are pinching margins.
  12. E-Trade Attracting Lawyers And Other Scavengers (ETFC)
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    E-Trade Attracting Lawyers And Other Scavengers (ETFC)

    E-trade could be on the auction block. But with the lawyers circling, who would want to buy?
  13. Four Lessons Learned From The Citigroup Debacle (C)
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    Four Lessons Learned From The Citigroup Debacle (C)

    Among the lessons gleaned from Citigroup's recent trouble: beware of false bottoms, and big-name CEOs don't always equal big returns.
  14. Will Wendy's Hold Out For A Better Suitor? (TRY, WEN)
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    Will Wendy's Hold Out For A Better Suitor? (TRY, WEN)

    Investment company Triarc finally made a bid for Wendy's, but reports suggest that it came in lower than expected.
  15. Does Going Green Hurt Shareholders?
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    Does Going Green Hurt Shareholders?

    In the '90s green initiatives hurt Ben & Jerry's bottom line. Companies today must balance social values with shareholder value.
  16. Harrah's Stock A Bad Gamble (HET)
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    Harrah's Stock A Bad Gamble (HET)

    Harrah's third-quarter numbers ran hot and cold. Competition is getting fierce, and this stock might not be worth the risk.
  17. Trex Could Be Nearing A Bottom (TWP)
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    Trex Could Be Nearing A Bottom (TWP)

    The deck-maker's Q3 earnings came in at a massive loss and the stock got hammered. Is there an opportunity in the making?
  18. Garmin Losing Its Way (GRMN)
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    Garmin Losing Its Way (GRMN)

    The handheld GPS supplier had a stellar quarter if you go by the numbers, but recent statements suggest Garmin could be faltering.
  19. Burger King Set To Reign (BKC)
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    Burger King Set To Reign (BKC)

    McDonald's gets all the press, but Burger King is the fast food chain that delivered a truly impressive earnings report.
  20. Monaco Coach Gets Steamrolled On Q4 Outlook (MNC)
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    Monaco Coach Gets Steamrolled On Q4 Outlook (MNC)

    The RV maker painted an ugly picture for the coming year. In a tight economy, $250,000 motor homers are a luxury few can afford.
  21. Five Big Names Going Green (HPQ, PCG, C)
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    Five Big Names Going Green (HPQ, PCG, C)

    We examine companies that have made eco-friendly strides in recent years while maintaining shareholder value.
  22. Three Sinful Stocks That'll Fill Your Wallet (MO, HOG, GT)
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    Three Sinful Stocks That'll Fill Your Wallet (MO, HOG, GT)

    These companies might get the green thumbs down, but they could still be long-term winners.
  23. Decoding Office Depot's Q3 Delay (ODP)
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    Decoding Office Depot's Q3 Delay (ODP)

    Office Depot shredded plans to release its third-quarter results. Look for shares to trade lower, much lower.
  24. Learning From The Market's Mistakes
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    Learning From The Market's Mistakes

    We examine how the crash of 1987 and the recent subprime meltdown serve as important learning experiences for investors.
  25. Time To Check Into Home Inns (HMIN)
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    Time To Check Into Home Inns (HMIN)

    The Olympics are coming and China's tourism industry is booming. Home Inns, with its chain of 200 economy hotels, is set to capitalize.
  26. Dollar Tree's CFO Departure A Bad Omen? (DLTR)
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    Dollar Tree's CFO Departure A Bad Omen? (DLTR)

    With a top executive jumping ship, investors should look very carefully at Dollar Tree's prospects.
  27. Could The Crash Of '87 Repeat Itself?
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    Could The Crash Of '87 Repeat Itself?

    With the twentieth anniversary of the 1987 crash come and gone - we examine a few eerie similarities between then and now.
  28. Tiny Stores Could Mean Big Money For Tiffany (TIF)
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    Tiny Stores Could Mean Big Money For Tiffany (TIF)

    The jeweler's new "Collections" stores will be half the size of a regular outlet. This broader, cheaper footprint is very appealing.
  29. Safeway A Safe Play (SWY)
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    Safeway A Safe Play (SWY)

    Safeway is coming off a solid third quarter, and management has provided an encouraging outlook for the remainder of the year.
  30. Carnival: Overweight And Loving It (CCL)
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    Carnival: Overweight And Loving It (CCL)

    Carnival Cruise Line's stock was upgraded to 'overwight' by a Lehman Brothers analyst. The shares could be headed higher.
  31. Ackman Antes Up For Sears (SHLD)
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    Ackman Antes Up For Sears (SHLD)

    Activist firm Pershing Square, headed by William Ackman, bought a stake in Sears. Learn what this move could mean to investors.
  32. Yum's Earnings Deserve Praise (YUM)
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    Yum's Earnings Deserve Praise (YUM)

    Yum Brands, operator of Taco Bell, KFC and other restaurants, released stellar Q3 earnings. Can it continue to beat expectations?
  33. What's Wrong With Rite Aid? (RAD)
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    What's Wrong With Rite Aid? (RAD)

    With boomers providing a surge in perscription spending, drugstore Rite Aid should be soaring. Instead, it's just scraping by.
  34. Wynn Could Lose (WYNN)
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    Wynn Could Lose (WYNN)

    Wynn Resorts could be gambling with its new share offering, and it could be a sign the stock is topping.
  35. CMGI's Reverse Split Could Backfire (CMGI)
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    CMGI's Reverse Split Could Backfire (CMGI)

    CMGI is planning a 1-for-10 reverse split. This move could turn off small investors and fail to impress institutional investors.
  36. Children's Place CEO Goes Bye-Bye (PLCE)
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    Children's Place CEO Goes Bye-Bye (PLCE)

    With Ezra Dabah stepping down and fresh talent hopefully stepping in, the stock could be ready to roll over the long term.
  37. Nautilus Set To Flex Its Muscle (NLS)
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    Nautilus Set To Flex Its Muscle (NLS)

    Nautilus had a weak Q2, but a New York investor group has stepped in to work the company into shape.
  38. Best Buy Living Up To Its Name (BBY)
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    Best Buy Living Up To Its Name (BBY)

    Best Buy beat the consensus estimate for its second quarter. As rival Circuit City founders Best Buy is set to rise.
  39. Raining On Pathmark's Special Day (PTMK)
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    Raining On Pathmark's Special Day (PTMK)

    Rival grocers Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea and Pathmark are set to merge, we explore whether this marriage truly makes sense.
  40. Canada's Gain Equals Business' Pain
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    Canada's Gain Equals Business' Pain

    For a brief moment the Canadian dollar topped the U.S. greenback Friday. This could be bad news for companies on both sides of the border.
  41. New Seal For Old Navy (GPS)
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    New Seal For Old Navy (GPS)

    John Luttrell the former CFO of retailer Wet Seal is jumping ship to try his luck at Gap's Old Navy division.
  42. Is Ford Tough? (F)
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    Is Ford Tough? (F)

    Bear Stearns upgraded Ford, but does this mean the stock really has what it takes to appreciate?
  43. Kuwaiti Company Gobbling Up Krispy Kreme (KKD)
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    Kuwaiti Company Gobbling Up Krispy Kreme (KKD)

    In the last few months a Kuwaiti construction firm has bought 14% of Krispy Kreme's stock. What is Wall Street overlooking?
  44. Sun Microsystems' Reverse Split Could Be Painful (JAVA)
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    Sun Microsystems' Reverse Split Could Be Painful (JAVA)

    The company announced plans to do a 1-for-4 reverse stock split. Is this a wise maneuver?
  45. Is The Market Truly Overvalued?
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    Is The Market Truly Overvalued?

    Many investors think the market is still overvalued, but is there more to the story?
  46. Zale You're No Tiffany & Co. (ZLC)
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    Zale You're No Tiffany & Co. (ZLC)

    The jeweler released better-than-expected Q4 results. However, can investors expect more of the same going forward?
  47. Sears Struggling As Profit Shrivels (SHLD)
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    Sears Struggling As Profit Shrivels (SHLD)

    The retailer's net profit plunged 40% for the quarter. Does Eddie Lampert have any magic left?
  48. Burger King Feasting On The 'Fourth Meal' (BKC)
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    Burger King Feasting On The 'Fourth Meal' (BKC)

    Three meals a day? Bah! Burger King has found that if you're open, they will eat.
  49. Foot Locker's Q2 A Mild Surprise (FL)
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    Foot Locker's Q2 A Mild Surprise (FL)

    The footwear retailer reported a slightly better-than-expected second quarter, but the company still miles to go.
  50. BJ's New CEO Shaking Things Up (BJ)
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    BJ's New CEO Shaking Things Up (BJ)

    BJ's recently reported a impressive Q2 numbers; perhaps new CEO Herb Zarkin has the company back on track.