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5 Things to Watch on Wall Street This Week

From a mysterious media event at Facebook to struggling restaurant operator Darden's latest earnings report, here are 5 things that will help shape this week on Wall Street.

3 Big Lies Food Companies Are Feeding You

Here are three big lies food companies have been feeding consumers about how their food is modified, treated and processed -- issues those companies are hoping to keep you in the dark about.

Retailers Push Back Against Extreme Couponing Trend

Memo to extreme couponers: Some retailers, particularly supermarkets and drugstore chains, are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore. To save their bottom lines, they're setting limits on just how much all your coupon cleverness can save you.

Whole Foods Sells 'LIFE Jackets' for Kenyan Kids

Whole Foods is asking its shoppers to help a good cause -- with "LIFE Jackets." They're reusable cup sleeves to protect your hands from hot beverages, and all proceeds go to Kenyan women and special-needs children.

Watch to Watch This Week on Wall Street

There's never a dull moment on Wall Street -- now more than ever! From homebuilder earnings to yoga pants to Netflix's stock, here are a few items that will help shape the week ahead.

Supervalu: A Good Value in Grocery Stocks

The grocery market has been rough in the last decade as big-box stores have emerged as new competitors. But before you dismiss an opportunity in the traditional grocery space, here's why bargain-shopping investors should take a stroll down the aisles of Supervalu.

Kroger Reports Earnings of 41 Cents Per Share

Supermarket giant Kroger (KR) said earnings per share rose to 41 cents in the second quarter of fiscal 2010 from 39 cents a year earlier. Sales, including fuel, were $18.8 billion for the quarter, up 6% from a year earlier, the company said in a statement. Identical supermarket sales, without fuel, rose 2.7