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4 Stocks for Our Dads on Father's Day

In May, we presented our moms with stock picks they'd appreciate. Now, for Father's Day, we've had four of our writers pick out some stocks to perk up their dads' portfolios.

America's 9 Most Damaged Brands

Reputations are among the most prized assets major corporations have, and they can fall as fast and as hard as they have climbed. These are America's nine most damaged brands.

Johnson & Johnson Wins Big Court Battle

J.C. Penney today opens its first store-within-the-store boutiques. They'll offer home goods from designers such as Michael Graves, Jonathan Adler and Sir Terence Conran.

United Airlines Drops Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' Through June 5

United Airlines cut the grounded Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' from its flying plans at least until June and postponed its new Denver-to-Tokyo flights on Thursday, as airlines continued to tear up their schedules while the plane is out of service. The world's 50 787s have been grounded since Jan. 16.

Market Minute: Amazon's Still Amazing, Boeing Stays the Course

Amazon reported sharply lower earnings, but its results were good enough for at least five analysts to raise their price targets for Amazon’s stock. Boeing’s net beat estimates and it’s sticking with its production plans for the 787 Dreamliner, despite the current grounding of the fleet worldwide.

Stocks Inch Lower; S&P 500 Slips From 5-Year High

Stocks edged lower on Wall Street Friday, pulling the Standard & Poor's 500 index below a five-year high reached the day before. The S&P 500 fell two points to 1,470 as of noon Eastern. It closed at 1,472 Thursday, its highest level since December 2007. The Dow Jones industrial average fell a point to 13,469. The Nasdaq composite index dropped three points to 3,119.

Obama and the Bayonets: Who's Right on the Defense Debate?

President Obama's snappy comeback about bayonets and horses put Mitt Romney on the defensive on defense spending ... but do his arguments hold water? Is Washington being a good steward of your tax dollars, as it spends them on aircraft carriers, nuclear subs, and other gear for our smaller, high-tech Navy?

Stocks Dip After Disappointing Manufacturing Data

The Commerce Department says orders for long-lasting factory goods, such as computers and industrial machinery, fell in July. That excluded gains from the transportation category, which is volatile and rose largely because of orders at Boeing.