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  • 10:06 AM Research in Motion Announces Operating Loss and Layoffs (RIMM)

    The maker of the Blackberry is in trouble today. Research in Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) forecasted a surprise operating loss for the first quarter on Tuesday, making investors worry about the stock.

    The company has hired JPMorgan Chase and RBC Capital Markets to help evaluate options going...

  • 10:02 AM What's In The News: May 30, 2012

    This is what's in the news for Wednesday May 30, 2012. The Wall Street Journal reports Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) shares fell another 9.6% yesterday as options trading began and investors placed largely negative bets on the stock's future. The social network's debut has been one of the worst...

  • 05:28 PM Euro The Weakest Against US Dollar in 2 Years

    Euro fell under 1.25, marking its weakest day since June 2010. The currency got a boost earlier in the day after polls in Greece showed that there are more voters supporting politicians who back the nation’s bailout ahead of the June 17 general election.

    The boost, however, was short...

  • 05:28 PM Toyota Prius: Now the 3rd Best-Selling Car in the World

    Toyota Prius was the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle when it launched 15 years ago, and now it’s becoming one of the best selling cars in the world. It sold 247,230 units in the first quarter of 2012 after the buyers were offered more choices in the lineup, including the Prius c, Prius v and...

  • 05:28 PM Facebook Options Begin Trading, Mark on Honeymoon in Rome

    May 29th here we come. Facebook options begin trading today and as we predicted 11 days ago, it does give the stock some weight. Shares fell below the $30 mark for the first time, rounding out the day at $28.84. At-the-money June call and put options both have volatility in the high 60’s, which...

  • 05:28 PM Facebook Doesn't Waste Time To Commence Acquisition Flurry

    5-29-12-Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), now free of the SEC's 500-shareholder rule, hasn't wasted any time as it is now boosting its M&A activity. The social networking site is rumored to be courting facial-recognition technology developing site Face.com. One report went as far as to claim the deal's...

  • 05:28 PM John Edwards Case Jury in Deadlock

    Follow up on the campaign corruption trial of John Edwards, the jury is in its 7th day of deliberation and there is still no verdict. I’m going to ask the question on everybody’s mind: what is taking so long?

    Edwards is charged with six felony counts relating to illegal campaign...

  • 12:04 PM JPMorgan Chase Sells $25 Billion in Securities to Offest Trading Loss

    JPMorgan Chase trying to make up for its mistake. The big bank selling an estimated $25 billion of profitable securities in an effort to offset the losses tied to the bad trading decisions of one of its employees.

    The employee, now being referred to as the "London Whale", lost over $2...

  • 11:59 AM Amazon.com Offers Prepaid Internet Cards In Japan

    Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) might be testing out a new product, but not here in the U.S. The internet retailer will be begin offering prepaid internet access for smartphones and tablet computers in Japan.

    The company plans to sell SIM cards for $25 USD that offer as much as 500 MB of data...

  • 11:59 AM GameStop Starts Selling Android Tablets

    Video game retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) is jumping into the tablet market. The company announced today it will be start selling Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android Tablets in its stores.

    The tablets are already in 1,600 of their stores, each pre-loaded with gaming content courtesy of the...