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Michael Kors Smokes Coach Again
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Apple, Inc. Downgrades Dr. Dre's Beats, but the Rapper Still Banks
Exxon CEO: Oil Will Be World's Top Energy Source for Decades
Higher Interest Rates Weigh Down U.S. Bank Earnings
China Cracks Down on Instant Messaging Services
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Intel Powers Higher on a Downbeat Day for the Dow
ISS Seeks Ouster of Most of Target's Board
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McDonald's Can't Get a Boost From Buyback Plan
3D Systems Corporation Stumbles 11% and Tesla Motors Slapped With Junk Credit Rating
Why Sungy Mobile Ltd. Shares Sank Today
Why Synaptics, Incorporated Shares Soared Today
Why FormFactor Inc. Shares Soared Today
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Why Shares of 3D Systems Corporation Melted Down Today
Why Plug Power Inc's Shares Popped Today
Why DSW, Inc. Shares Plummeted Today
Why Shares of Brown Shoe Company, Inc. Shined
The Dow Gently Sinks, but Boeing Could Lift Industrials Long Term
Why Daktronics, Inc. Shares Dove Lower Today
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