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What to Watch on Wall Street This Week

From earnings reports out of Apple to a Halloween deal on burritos at Chipotle, here are some of the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.

Boom in Earnings for Sonic Drive-In

Sonic says its quarterly earnings nearly doubled from a year ago, even though revenue edged lower, helped by a redesigned menu and an updated marketing campaign.

5 Things to Watch on Wall Street This Week

There's plenty of news in the coming days, from a leading maker of RVs rolling in with its latest quarterly report to a video game publisher hitting the market with a new game.

Siruis XM Satellite Radio Turns Up the Volume for Investors

Hurricane Sandy may have closed the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday, and possibly longer, but trading will continue on the Big Board electronically, and that means there's still stocks worth watching: Sirius XM Radio, for example.

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.

'Second Life' Inventors Expanding Gaming Universe

In August, the Second Life community learned that the company responsible for their virtual world was planning to expand its universe. Linden Lab CEO Rod Humble has been vague, mentioning only that his company is working on a new mobile product separate from its pioneering project. Now we know more.

Online Video-Game Pirates Outgun the Publishers

More than 19 million people illegally downloaded five of the top-selling video games of 2010, indicating that game thieves remain one step ahead of publishers when it comes to online piracy.