The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, March 13

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March 13 (Bloomberg) -- Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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We're on the markets once again in 30 minutes.

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Scarlet stays with me and we are joined by julie hyman.

Ebay, stepping up defensive game against carl icahn who's been pushing for the spin off of paypal.

Paypal is ebay's fastest-growing business and contributed to 42% of the company $16 billion in revenue last year.

Pfizer, the drugmaker will face competition soon to its blockbuster arthritis pill celebrex.

It was projected to generate $2.5 billion for pfizer between may and the 2015 patton was slated to expire.

Shares of a biotech company fell after it announced the sale of 7.5 million new shares.

Selling the shares they said to fund the potential launch of its own disease treatment in the u.s.. the stock has already rallied more than 125% this year.

Ge, the company has filed for an ipo that is north american retail finance business, consumer lending business as part of a plan to exit the business.

Ge said after the completion of the offering, the unit will operate under its new name.


Jumping after a sales forecast topped estimates.

They benefited from the u.s. housing recovery and looks for comparable sales growth this year of 5% to 70%. announced on its website is raising the price of its prime membership fees from $79 to $99 year.

This is amazon's first price hike since the service was introduced nine years ago.

Logo, the the provider of entertainment solutions posted a wider than estimate of fourth-quarter loss revenue came in above estimate.

Gogo site is strong for its activity products ever sees a meaningful increase in network capacity this year.

More wi-fi on planes.

Dollar general singh fourth-quarter profit rose on higher sales and increased customer traffic, but the results were weaker than estimated.

They issued first-quarter and full-year guidance that trailed estimates will stop krispy kreme doughnuts.

The fourth-quarter profit more than tripled field by 6% gain in same-store sales and also raised its earnings forecast for the year and bumped up its share buyback plan by $30 million.

Number one, target.

Alarming new details revealed the detailer could've avoided the massive customer data breach last year.

Investigation found target had the right safeguards in place, but failed to respond to early warning signs.

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