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Investing | April 14, 2014

Gamer Survey Indicates Amazon Could Threaten Valve’s Growth

A new survey indicates that Amazon -- not EA, Ubisoft, or Microsoft -- is the biggest threat to Valve’s Steam Store.

Investing | April 11, 2014

After Another Earnings-Related Dive, Is Aeropostale Finally a Good Bet?

Investors dropped Aeropostale for another big loss in March after the company announced poor results and forecast more of the same in 2014. However, with a big investor stepping further into the fray, has Aeropostale become a worthwhile bet?

Investing | April 07, 2014

Investor Beat: Tech Stocks Tumble

A pullback across the board for Nasdaq Composite stocks, a new acquisition for Twitter, original streaming content from Yahoo!, and what to look for in the earnings reports of Bed Bath & Beyond and General Motors, on today's Investor Beat.

Investing | April 07, 2014

Should Supermarkets Be Worried About Amazon Dash?

Amazon just introduced Dash, a home shopping wand that synchronizes with AmazonFresh. Should supermarkets be worried?

Investing | April 01, 2014

4 Consumer Stocks That Tanked in Q1

These retailers and e-tailers were mortal in 2014.

Investing | March 29, 2014

The Fool Looks Ahead

Let's look at the stocks that will be making news in the week ahead.

Investing | March 29, 2014

Will Wal-Mart's Move To Post Competitor Prices Start a New Price War?

Wal-Mart recently unveiled Savings Cather, which will systematically search for lower prices at competitors and provide store credit to customers. What impact will this have on the competitive environment?

Investing | March 27, 2014

A Big Reason for the Amazon Prime Price Hike

Yes, part of the reason for Amazon's recent Prime price hike was to offset shipping costs and increase profitability. But there’s another reason.

Investing | March 25, 2014

Wal-Mart Escalates the Price War

The retail giant is testing a new pricing tool that should have its competitors concerned.

Investing | March 25, 2014

What an Xbox One Price Cut Means for Retailers

Microsoft's Xbox one has always been more expensive than Sony's PlayStation 4. A recent price cut by some big-name retailers has changed that.

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