The Dow Jones Industrial Average
How Big Tech fared today
The technology components of the Dow produced a mixed bag of performances, with no central storyline driving the sector today. In trading action, networking stalwart Cisco Systems
Rounding out the rest of the action, semiconductor giant Intel
Gifts that keep on giving to investors
As the holiday begins to fade into our rearview mirrors, investors are starting to see some pretty impressive seasonal statistics emerge. The two biggest winners, consumer favorites Google
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