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5 Things to Watch When the Market Reopens

The financial markets are closed for the Christmas holiday, but when trading resumes on Wednesday, here's what's likely to help shape the rest of the week on Wall Street.

This Week's Winners and Losers in Business

From a company that blew away analysts' expectations to a CEO misusing corporate jets, here's a rundown of this week's smartest moves and biggest blunders in the business world.

Why Pandora Will Never Be Great Again

Internet radio has never been as popular as it is right now, and market leader Pandora continues to grow at a heady pace. It has seen its shares of the total U.S. radio-listening market nearly double to 5.55%. That's the upbeat song. But here come the blues.

5 Things to Watch Next Week on Wall Street

News items to watch next week include Groupon's long-awaited IPO, the release of Take-Two Interactive's Grand Theft Auto V, Dunkin' Brands second-ever quarterly report, and more from car rental companies to satellite radio.

Buy Sirius XM, Sell Pandora

Folks have been writing off Sirius XM Radio for years. Competitor Pandora is flashier, and has been growing faster than its peers. But it's also been losing money, while the far-less-expensive Sirius is making a profit. Here's why investors should swap Pandora shares for Sirius.

Next Week's Big News: Cable TV, China.com, More

Plenty of big names are set to report their earnings in August, including the country's largest cable and satellite television providers, several of China's leading dot-coms, radio giant Sirius XM, car rental companies Zipcar and Avis, and the two biggest video game developers.

Three Things to Watch During Earnings Season

Earnings season is near, and investors, as always are worried. Don't fret too much, though: Odds are that your company will come out on top on the bottom line -- because most do. But what will separate the winners from the whiners for the coming quarter? Here are the three key factors.

Rising Auto Sales Drive Sirius XM Subscriber Growth

Sirius XM's first quarter results were strong, with total subscribers up 9% from a year ago to a new high of 20.6 million and adjusted EBITDA of $181 million, up 15% year-over-year. But what should most interest investors are the moves it's making to amplify its growth in the years ahead.

Why Howard Stern Is Sticking With Sirius

After getting into a salary squabble, the self-styled King of All Media resolved his beef and re-signed. Details of the deal aren't available, but it's likely Sirius represented the least-risky way for the satellite star to keep his career flying.

Why Howard Stern Is Staying Put at Sirius

The outlook is looking brighter for Sirius-XM. 'Shock Jock' Howard Stern is expected to stay with the satellite radio giant, where he reportedly makes more than $100 million a year. Plus, revenue is expected to rise nearly 7% in the fourth quarter, although the company will still report a loss.

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.

Sirius and Liberty, perfect together?

Sirius XM Satellite Radio Inc. (NASDAQ: SIRI) Chief Executive Mel Karmazin has escaped the hangman's noose -- for now. The money-losing home of...