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Stock Market Today: Nordstrom's Sales Surprise and Canadian Solar's Weak Outlook

Today's Top Health Care Stocks to Watch: Bristol-Myers Squibb and Kamada Ltd.

GM Recalls Thousands of Midsize Cars to Fix Brake Problem

Darden Announces Sale of Red Lobster for $2.1 Billion

J.C. Penney Just Bought Itself More Time

'Halo' TV Series & 'Halo 5' Game to Launch in 2015

Berkshire's Most Significant Stock Purchase: Wal-Mart Stores

Chesapeake Energy Corporation to Spin Off Oilfield Services Business, Sell Additional Assets

Dow Fights to Stay Flat as Home Depot Rises, Intel Falls

Government Fines GM Maximum $35 Million for Recall Delay

TrueCar Jumps in Its First Day on the Nasdaq

Why J.C. Penney Company, Inc. Stock Skyrocketed Today

Why Nordstrom, Inc. Shares Jumped Today

A $35 Million Fine Won't End General Motors Company's Troubles

The Dow Treads Water as Pfizer, General Electric Struggle With Mergers in Europe

Why World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. Shares Got Smacked Down

Why Rackspace, Autodesk, and Verizon are Soaring

China, Russia on Verge of Gas Deal

The Challenge of Finding the Right CEO

Warren Buffett Pushes Verizon Higher as the Dow Jones Falls Today

Why Rackspace Hosting, Inc. Shares Skyrocketed Today

Housing Starts Soar 13.2%

Why ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. Shares Plunged Today

Why Shares of TAL Education Group Popped

Why China Mobile Games Shares Popped Today

Why Shares of Tarena International, Inc. Surged

Red Lobster Cast Overboard for 2.1 Billion Clams. Are Investors Better Off?

Why Shares of Dillard's, Inc. Jumped

General Electric Exec Goes to France to Promote Alstom Deal and General Motors Fined Maximum Amount For Recall

Why Canadian Solar Inc. Shares Plunged Today

Why Midstates Petroleum Company Inc. Shares Tapped a Gusher Today

Why Super Micro Computer, Inc. Shares Popped Today

Why NQ Mobile Inc Shares Rebounded Today


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