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After Market: A Cold Day for Stocks, Too

With cold weather across much of the country so extreme it grounded some airlines, even stocks found it tough to fly Monday -- especially those associated with air travel.

5 Winners and Losers of the Week in Business

From a fast-growing burrito roller coming undone to an educational electronics toy maker topping a holiday sales list, here's a rundown of this week's star performers and biggest losers in the business world.

What to Watch This Week: Tablets, Tunes and Taxes

Let's go over some of the items that will help shape the week ahead on Wall Street: The iPad 3 is coming; there's serious news for Sirius; less hope for Pandora; earnings from the tax gurus of H&R Block; and clues about how China's economy is really doing.

For Netflix Streamers, the Starz Go Dark on Thursday

Don't be surprised if Netflix subscribers are on cinematic binges right now. Many of the most popular movies available via its streaming service will be going away on Thursday when its deal with Starz expires and roughly 1,000 movies go offline.

5 Things You Need to Know About Netflix Right Now

Netflix impressed skeptical investors with better-than-expected results on Wednesday night. If you want to know why the stock rallied on the news but you don't want to get your hands dirty by scouring the report, here are your answers.

B&N Buyout Bid Is a Bet Against Amazon, Apple

Liberty Media, the conglomerate controlled by John Malone, made a $1 billion bid Thursday to buy Barnes & Noble. The bricks-and-mortar bookstore business is declining everywhere, so for Malone's gamble is to pay off, the Nook will have to gain some ground against Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle.

Liberty Media Spins Off Two Units

Liberty Media wants to provide investors with a clearer picture of its interactive businesses, so it's planning to spin off its Liberty Starz group and Liberty Capital group into a separate public public company called Newco.

Howard Stern Leaving Sirius XM? CEO Hopes Not

Howard Stern may be headed back to terrestrial radio before long -- but not if Sirius XM CEO Mel Karmazin has his way. The shock jock's deal with Sirius pays him around $100 million a year, which the company may not be able to sustain.

Ticketmaster-Live Nation: More Fallout

In the wake of the merger between concert-promotion behemoth Live Nation and ticketing/artist-management titan Ticketmaster, approved on Monday by the Justice Department, U.S. antitrust officials ordered the partnership to divest a few assets. But will the conditions placate critics?