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Wall Street Watch Tuesday: Einstein's Bagel Dough is Rising

Noah Einstein Restaurant Group, which runs the Einstein Bros. Bagels, Noah's New York Bagels, and Manhattan Bagel chains, posted its quarterly results after Monday's market close. Revenue rose and net income soared, but there's a hole in the center of the good news story.

Son of a 'Kodak Man' Recalls the Good Times and Bad

Once, Kodak was one of the world's most recognized brands -- it's little yellow film boxes were everywhere. Now the the film is a relic, and the company that benignly ruled Rochester, N.Y., for a century is in Chapter 11. A Kodak kid reminisces:

Eastman Kodak: This Stock Is Probably Going to Zero

In the wake of Eastman Kodak's bankruptcy filing, some speculators will be tempted in the coming days to nibble on the company's battered shares. But if you know what's good for your portfolio, you'll stay away.

Kodak Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Photography icon Eastman Kodak has filed for bankruptcy, as it seeks to boost its cash position and stay in business. The move comes as the ailing company has failed to find a buyer for its multibillion-dollar trove of digital imaging patents.

5 Companies That Play Like Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow is 5-1 as the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos, but folks still says he's not an NFL-caliber quarterback. Well, there are plenty of gritty winners on Wall Street, too, making the most of their niche limitations to somehow come out on top.

What Happened to These 10 Big Losers?

Last week was another volatile one for investors. Among the ten biggest losers were a wheel maker, a photography pioneer, and a fast-growing mobile apps maker. Recognize any stocks you own there? Read on to find out what went wrong with these companies.

Kodak: Not Picture-Perfect for Retirees

For investors who plan on retiring soon, Kodak may not be an ideal bet. With declines in the film-based photography market and questionable moves into digital, the photography giant faces tough times ahead.

Companies Most Likely to Default in 2010

The number of companies in danger of defaulting on their credit obligations will remain high in 2010 with a disproportionate number coming from the US and more than half concentrated in five key industries, according to a report from Standard & Poor%u2019s.