Will Glu’s Kim Kardashian Game Stick to the Top of the Charts?

Joe Goldman | |

Back in 2012, the New York Post crowned Kim Kardashian the second most hated person in America, smack dab in between Casey Anthony and Jerry Sandusky. According to the list, Kardashian was more

DJIA, S&P, Nasdaq Up on European Bank Tweaks

Jacob Harper | |

The broader markets reacted positively to a jobs report that more or less met optimistic expectations as well as news out Europe that its Central Bank will take measures to encourage lending. The

Zynga Has No Home and No Plan

Jacob Harper | |

There’s little question that Zynga’s (ZNGA) heyday is firmly in the past. Long gone are the times when Facebook’s (FB) pastures were blanketed with Farmvilles, its landscape

The Video Game Companies Available For Investment

Jacob Harper | |

On Mar 26 the maker of the wildy popular game Candy Crush Saga, King Digital Entertainment, will offer shares to the public for the first time ever. With the event the company will join the

By Waiting to IPO, King "Crushed" Their Chances

Jacob Harper | |

On March 27, London-based King Digital Entertainment, the makers of the wildly popular app Candy Crush Saga, will price their stock offering and have an Initial Public Offering the following day.

Throwback Thursday: Cold War-esque Tensions Send Stocks Plummeting

Michael Teague | |

Thursday’s Results: ?     Standard & Poor’s 500: -1.17 percent to 1,846.35 ?     Dow Jones Industrial Average: -1.41 percent to

Wall Street Celebrates Bull Market's 5th Birthday Modestly

Michael Teague | |

The Day’s Results ?     Dow Jones Industrial Average: +0.38 percent to 16,421.89 ?     Standard & Poor’s 500 Index: +0.17 percent to

Stocks Rally to Full Recovery as Eastern European Tensions Dissipate

Michael Teague | |

The day’s results ?     Standard & Poor’s 500: +1.38 percent to  1,871.12 ?     Dow Jones Industrial Average: +1.35 percent to

Wall Street Slumps Into the Weekend as Fed Remains Reiterates Tapering

Michael Teague | |

Stocks on Wall Street rose early and for most of Friday’s trading session, propelled by another day of impressive earnings reports, only to tumble shortly before the bell as emerging markets

DJIA Ekes Out a Last Minute Victory As Stocks Rally

Michael Teague | |

The Nasdaq exchange remained firmly in the green throughout Monday trading, while the benchmark indices struggled but successfully eked out a victory, with the S&P 500 and Dow lurching into

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