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Will the WWE Network Get Body Slammed?

Next month, WWE launches the WWE Network, a streaming service with live events and archived matches. It's a bold move, but often, the WWE's boldest moves haven't paid off.

Why CBS Will Never Be Great Again

The stock market was loving CBS on Tuesday, and its shares have soared nearly 50% over the past year. But don't be surprised if the love affair doesn't last.

Investors, Rivals Complicate Dell's Going Private

Several potential bidders may be preparing offers to counter the effort by Dell founder Michael Dell to take the company private, from shareholder Southeastern Asset Management to rival computer maker Hewlett-Packard to famed investor Carl Icahn.

Market Minute: Time Warner in Talks With Meredith Corp On Magazines

Time Warner is in talks to sell the majority of its Time Inc magazine division to Meredith Corp, according to a source familiar with the situation. The valuation being ascribed to Time Inc, with titles such as Time, Sports Illustrated and People, ranges from $2 billion to $3.5 billion.

7 Business Battles That Bruised Consumers in 2012

Companies get into fights all the time: in the courts, through their advertising, in contract negotiations with partners, and even with their own workers. To some extent, it's just business as usual -- but when those fights escalate, it's often consumers who feel the pain.

Are Comic Books a Smart Investment?

Rising enthusiasm for comic books has led some to view them as an investment like rare baseball cards or stamps. There's good reason for this: History shows that hard-to-find comics can command huge sums. But should you put your money in the hands of superheroes?

Wall Street Watch Friday: Zumiez Wipes Out

Skateboarding is all about keeping your balance and avoiding the always-embarrassing face-plant. But that's exactly what edgy teen apparel retailer Zumiez failed to do with Thursday afternoon's earnings report.

Beyond Batman: Who Will Be the Next Multiplex Superhero?

Between Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise and the Harry Potter series, Time Warner raked in more than $9 billion in box office receipts over the past decade. After "The Dark Knight Rises" ends its run, what hero will save movie theaters from the attack of the red ink?