Sometimes numbers that look good on the surface just don't meet muster by the Street's standards.
The Baby Bell loses landline customers to cell phones and VoIP.
The growth outlook isn't promising as the company tries to rebound from losing Apple's business.
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The up-and-down ratings of so-called professional analysts can present opportunities for investors.
A subscription service with unlimited downloads could eat away at Apple's domination.
The software company hangs in there, waiting for its third quarter.
Does this make for a solid buying opportunity?
The music download service plans to battle Apple with an unlimited-tune subscription deal.
When an analyst lowers his "price target," should you care?
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Thanks to the booming popularity of digital music players, its stock soars.
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VoIP is finally reaching consumers, and several companies are looking to cash in.
Creative Technology is firing a shot across Apple's digital music bow.
The creator of Photoshop, Acrobat, and Creative Suite continues to impress.