Today was a solid day for the market, with all three major indices closing up. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
While most of the Dow's 30 companies were positive on the day, there were seven that ended the day in the red. General Electric
Outside the Dow, WebMD had one of the worst days, losing more than 28%. The company announced two decisions that investors didn't seem to take kindly to. First, CEO Wayne Gattinella announced that he had resigned, and then the company said it has decided to end exploring a possible sale. Finally, luxury jeweler Tiffany lost more than 10% after announcing weak holiday sales and cutting its yearly earnings guidance.
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