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Best Apps to Manage Your Money

Money magazine has served up a bounty of mobile apps to help you save more and budget better. Let's take a look at their top recommendations:

Is Nokia Toast? Cell Phone Maker Still Has All the Wrong Answers

Nokia's stock price has nearly doubled since hitting bottom last summer, but it's premature to call this a turnaround for the company that, until recently, was the world's largest cell phone maker. If anything, at least one analyst sees this as a selling opportunity.

10 Brands Losing the Most Value

By Mike Sauter Once again, Coca-Cola (KO) landed the top spot in Interbrand's ranking of the most valuable brands in the world, with Apple (AAPL)...

10 Brands Losing the Most Value

While some of the biggest brands have grown their values by more than 20% since last year's report by Interbrand, others have fallen precipitously. Here are the brands that lost the most value over the past year.

Wall Street Watch Wednesday: Microsoft Sweetens the Pot for Investors

Microsoft wants to reward its patient shareholders: The world's largest software company announced Tuesday after the market close that it would be increasing its quarterly dividend by 15%. But as impressive as the dividends are, the market would gladly trade them for one thing.

This Should Be a Good Time for Microsoft. It's Not.

These should be good times for Microsoft. It's going on the offensive ahead of the holiday shopping season, with new PCs, tablets with Windows 8, and smartphones running Windows Phone 8. Unfortunately for Microsoft, the buzz just isn't there.

Wall Street Watch This Week: Bring on the New Gadgets

It's going to be a big week for consumer electronics. The fireworks kick off on Wednesday when Nokia and Microsoft will introduce their new Lumia phones, then shift to Amazon on Thursday, when the online retailer is expected to introduce its new Kindle Fire.

Wall Street this Week: Keep an Eye on RIMM, Homes, Cards, Schools

Here's some of what will shape the week ahead on Wall Street: BlackBerry-maker RIMM will make a sour report; homebuilder earnings will be up and down; University of Phoenix grades itself; and American Greetings gets a condolence card. Oh, and watch out for window dressing!

Why Research In Motion Will Never Be Great Again

The company behind the iconic BlackBerry smartphone is undergoing a "strategic review" that may lead to a sale of the company. But will anyone buy Research In Motion when nobody is buying BlackBerrys?

Why BlackBerry Maker RIM Will Never Be Great Again

It has been a horrible year for Research In Motion, and things may not be getting any better for the BlackBerry maker come 2012. Despite all of the buyout speculation, RIM's stock has been a disaster. In fact, it's a foregone conclusion that RIM is toast.

10 Billion Reasons to Like Android

It's not paranoia -- you really are surrounded by Androids. Google's mobile OS is now running on 200 million activated gadgets, matching the number running Apple's iOS. And recently, the 10 billionth Android app was downloaded.

Nokia in Cell-Phone Talks with Microsoft and Google

When Nokia's CEO presents the company's strategy to investors in London on Friday, it could announce plans to use an outside operating system -- namely, Microsoft's , Google's or both, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Motorola Targets Microsoft With Patent Infringement Suit

In the latest round of a fight between two technology giants, Motorola punched back at Microsoft Wednesday with a patent infringement lawsuit. Its subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, filed 16 infringement claims against the software giant over its Windows mobile software, as well as its PC and server software and Xbox products.

The Best Brokers For Mobile Investors

What are the best brokerages for mobile investors? The industry advisory firm Corporate Insight surveyed the mobile trading features of 21 brokerages, looking at a variety of platforms and loads of other features. See what firms come out on top.

Microsoft to Unveil Phones Monday: MarketWatch

Software giant Microsoft is expected to show off a new line of mobile phones Monday that will be loaded with its software, MarketWatch.com reported. The phones, made by Sharp, will feature touch screens and run on the Verizon Wireless network, according to the report.