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J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) – For an in-depth report on J. C. Penney Company, Inc. follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/JCP
Shares of J. C. Penney closed up nearly 5% on Tuesday with nearly 24 million shares traded. Although J.C. Penney (JCP) demonstrated strong growth in online sales during Q4, a look at its past reports indicates that its online sales are still well below 2009 levels. J. C. Penney was among many top department store retail companies that were up at the close of trading on Tuesday.
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) – For an in-depth report on Yahoo! Inc. follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/YHOO
Shares of YHOO closed up 1.96% on Tuesday with about 18.3 million shares traded, slightly higher than the stock’s average volume. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer announced a partnership with Yelp during an employee meeting this past Friday. The partnership would incorporate Yelp's listings and local business reviews into the Yahoo! search engine. This new feature is expected to become public within the next few weeks.
Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. (OTCBB: SOUL) – For an in-depth report on Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/SOUL
Soul and Vibe closed down almost 7% on Tuesday with about 250,000 shares traded. The stock was one of the biggest decliners in the OTCBB market as well as one of the most active. The company, a video, mobile, and computer games publisher, had its Chief Executive Officer, Peter Anthony Chiodo recently interviewed by Equities.com, one of the industry's leading online financial resource platforms.
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) – For an in-depth report on Starbucks Corporation follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/SBUX
Shares of Starbucks Corporation closed down a modest 0.40% on Tuesday with about 8 million shares traded. The company received media attention on Monday after the opening of a parody store, Dumb Starbucks, in L.A. this week. It was one comedian's promotion for a show on Comedy Central. The shop's logo, and the vast majority of its menu, appeared to be copied directly from Starbucks, with one exception: Everything had the word "Dumb" in front of it.
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