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  1. Could Greece Find A Safe Haven In U.S. Markets?

    It's no secret that Greece's public finances are in trouble. The nation missed a €1.5 billion payment to the IMF early Wednesday morning, becoming the first developed country to default on the supranational creditor. Its ailing government will owe another €3.5 billion to the ECB later this month.
  2. Why ConAgra Is Finally Dumping Private-Label Goods

    There seemed to be so much potential when ConAgra Foods (NYSE: CAG) bought private-label food maker Ralcorp in late 2012 for $5 billion. The combined company was expected to realize annual private-brand sales of about $4.5 billion that would balance out ConAgra's portfolio of national brands like Chef Boyardee, Hunt's, and Slim Jim, as well as its substantial food service business.
  3. DryShips Cashes Out of Tanker Business

    It's official: DryShips (NASDAQ: DRYS) is out of the business of transporting oil. Three months ago, the (mostly) dry-bulk shipper announced plans to sell its four Suezmax tankers, the Vilamoura, Lipari, Petalidi, and Bordeira, to "entities controlled by the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, George Economou," for a total of $245 million.
  4. The Pros and Cons of Buying on Amazon

    Learn how buying works with Amazon. Amazon has become the dominant player in online retail with its ruthless focus on lower prices and customer service.
  5. IBM Bids Semiconductor Business a Fond Farewell

    It was October of last year when IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced it had reached an agreement to divest its commercial semiconductor technology business to Globalfoundries. After passing the obligatory regulatory reviews, the deal is officially complete. It was an expensive agreement for IBM which included a $4.7 billion write-off and $1.5 billion in cash to Globalfoundries over the next three years.
  6. Sony Turns to Crowdfunding for Employee Ideas

    Crowdfunding has helped launch some innovative products in the marketplace, but it has generally been a realm inhabited by individuals with a dream. Yes, some major actors and directors like Spike Lee and Zach Braff have succeeded with crowdfunded products, but large corporations have generally stayed away.

Most Active Stocks by Volume

AAPL APPLE INC $126.44 27,173,414
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $44.40 21,743,250
INTC INTEL CORP $30.56 27,096,060
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Largest Companies By Market Cap

AAPL APPLE INC $126.44 27,173,414
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $44.40 21,743,250
AMZN AMAZON.COM INC $437.71 1,341,938
FB FACEBOOK INC $87.29 16,877,942
GOOG GOOGLE INC $523.40 1,235,773

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