The Top Ten Stocks for Sept. 20

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Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Matt Miller and Trish Regan report on today’s ten most important stocks including Darden, Facebook and Blackberry. (Source: Bloomberg)

Microsoft shares down more than 2% after steve ballmer said the company is working to make sure personal computers remain relevant as a device of choice.

Remains relevant?

Device of choice.

That came in last.

Home depot, the stock is up 1.5% today, 1.7%. home improvement retail reporting plans to end health care coverage for 20,000 part- time employees.

It will instead direct them to government-sponsored exchanges as it revamps benefits under the affordable care act.

The parent company of red lobster and olive garden, first- quarter earnings came in well below analyst estimates.

Sales fell despite ongoing efforts to revamp the menus.

Shares of jcpenney down more than one percent.

A major shareholder is set to exit.

Founder alan schwarz has decided to end the exclusive deal with the department share after five years.

Facebook is up, upgraded to outperform from market perform, raising the price target on the shares to $53. facebook has been seeing a boost from improvements made from ad tools and mobile.

Number five, rocket fuel.

4 million shares at $29 each in its ipo.

The shares more than doubled on the company's first day of trading, leaving a heck of a lot of money on the table.

I would be angry with whoever took me public.

It is a balance, right?

Look what happened with facebook.

You almost wonder if it is the ghost of facebook lingering in everyone's mind.

If the price is too high, it is going down.

That is why they price it so low.

And you get a lot of buzz.

Bring them in.

Priceline shares are trading flat after the company closed yesterday at a record high.

The largest u.s. online travel site was the ninth member of a club of u.s. companies trading in quadruple digits.

The company may have doubled canadian subscribers.

25% of english-speaking canadians signed up for netflix, versus 13% in spring 2012, according to the canadian press.

Apple shares are down slightly today.

A global debut of the newest iphone.

Maybe you have heard.

Its biggest move this year to fuel growth, with nothing really new, except maybe a fingerprint thing.

Opening sales still brisk.

They are crucial to boosting apple after nearly a year without a new device and increased competition from samsung.

Our number one stock of the day is blackberry, really getting killed, down 17%. the smart phone maker has announced it will cut 4500 jobs and record an inventory write- down of $960 million, after new devices failed to catch on with consumers.

The company expects a net operating loss of $995 million for the second quarter.

Here we are on the close of trading.

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