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5 Surprising Winners of the First Quarter

A fuel-cell firm, Tesla Motors the company that that makes magicJacks are among the tech firms doing very well in the stock market so far, and so is the brute force of WWE.

Bill Clinton's Prescription for the U.S. Economy

Former President Bill Clinton offered up some wide-ranging prescriptions for curing the nation's ailing economy in a speech at the National Retail Federation's annual convention Monday, from investing in new sectors for job growth to cutting taxes on business.

A World Without Borders: One Author's Fear

Should the deeply troubled Borders chain close, publishers will survive just fine. But for authors who don't have instant name recognition with book buyers, the loss of an outlet with scads of shelf and floor space is a serious blow. Plus, it's one less place where authors and readers can connect.

10 American Companies That Will Disappear in 2011

24/7 Wall St. recently looked at a number of large American companies, some of which are owned by foreign companies, to see which will disappear in 2011. It didn't take long to come up with a list of familiar names such as Sara Lee, Office Depot, Borders, E*Trade and five others.

More Holiday Shopping Will Move Online in 2010

Online sales during the holiday season are likely to exceed their 2009 levels as shoppers shift away from shopping at some brick-and-mortar operations such as electronics and warehouse stores, said market research firm The NPD Group in a report Wednesday.

Borders coupon for 25% off

Borders launched a huge sale of books, DVDs, and New Moon vampire gear with four distinct coupons. They all last today though Monday, March 1....

Borders coupon for 30% off

It's gotten to the point where if you buy anything from Borders you really should have a coupon. The chain bookstore is pushing so many out -- about...

Borders Follows Amazon, Barnes and Noble into E-Books

Ailing books retailer Borders hopes to ring in the new year with good news on the electronic front. The company announced on Tuesday it will launch an e-book store on its Web site, with the help of Canadian digital book company Kobo -- and that a dedicated e-reader is in the works.