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  • Manufacturing activity slows in January; stocks slump

    Manufacturing activity slows in January; stocks slump
    U.S. manufacturing slowed in January as new orders and inventories plunged, according to data released Monday by the Institute for Supply Management.
  • Netflix Analysts Who Were Bearish on Stock Admit: 'We Were Wrong'

    Netflix's stock defied the broader market malaise, riding out January to an all-time high -- helped by a reversal on the company's international growth prospects by Morgan Stanley analysts. "We thought Netflix would enter a period of slowing U.S. sub...

    Central Floridians climb out of debt, start to invest again

    Central Floridians climb out of debt, start to invest again
    The stock market's recent roller-coaster ride might scare off some people of modest means, but not Jeff Neubaum. The 36-year-old maintenance manager from Orlando erased thousands of dollars in credit-card debt recently. Now he wants to put some money in...

    Twitter Now Worth More Than Sony, Dish, Discovery and Netflix

    With shares shooting up 73% on its first day of trading as a public company, Twitter has a market capitalization making it more valuable than media and tech companies including Sony, Discovery Communications, Dish Network and Netflix. Twitter shares...

    Twitter stock will list on the NYSE. So what?

    Twitter stock will list on the NYSE. So what?
    The big news out of the financial markets Wednesday is that Twitter, whose initial public offering is likely to be one of the hottest transactions of the year, will list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange instead of on Nasdaq.  The world asks: So...