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Stock Market Today: Pepsi Pops and GE is Feeling "Positive"
PepsiCo Beats Wall Street's First-Quarter Earnings Estimates in a Big Way
SAP AG Misses Analyst Targets Due to Strong Currency Headwinds
Shares of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Rise on Solid First-Quarter Results
Despite Dip in Profits, Goldman Sachs Group Inc Tops Analyst Expectations
The Blackstone Group L.P. Watches Net Income Jump 30% to $814 Million
General Electric's Revenue and Profit Fall After NBCUniversal Sale
300mpg Diesel-Electric Hybrid Unveiled by Volkswagen
Earnings Primer: What's on Deck for Amgen Inc. and Biogen Idec Inc.
3 Things to Watch When iRobot Corporation Reports Earnings
People's United Financial, Inc. Sees Gain in Income, Misses Expectations, Raises Dividend
Initial Jobless Claims Up 0.7%, Still Near Pre-Recession Levels
A Closer Look at Kinder Morgan Inc's First Quarter
Why SanDisk Corporation Shares Soared
Chipotle Sales Surge as It Draws More Customers
Ford to Start Selling Luxury Lincoln Cars in China
Obamacare and Medicare Reimbursement Cuts Weigh on UnitedHealth Group in Q1
Mortgage Rates Decline; 30-Year Rate Averages 4.27%
Why Moneygram International Inc Shares Sank
What You Need to Know About PepsiCo's Earnings Release
Why Shares of Avis Budget Group Are Hitting the Gas Pedal Today
Weibo Shares Jump in Market Debut
Philly Fed: Manufacturing Growth Is Up
Why RadioShack Corporation Stock Short-Circuited
Facebook Rolls Out Location-Sharing Feature
Why Barnes & Noble, Inc. Shares Slid Off
Advanced Micro Devices Inc Beats Sales and Earnings Estimates; Shares Rise 5%
Why Mattel's Earnings Are Better Than They Appear
Muscle Cars Out in Force at New York Auto Show
Fool's Gold Report: Gold Falls Below $1,300 as Stock-Market Fears Subside
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