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King Digital is crushing it; Zynga crashes; Campbell catches a cold

King Digital (KING) taking the online gaming crown...at least for now. Shares of the mobile game developer soared in early trading after it reported fourth quarter earnings and revenue that topped analysts' estimates as new game releases such as "Candy Crush Soda Saga" offset lack of demand for older titles.  

A different story for shares of rival Zynga (ZNGA), the stock fell in early trading. The maker of "FarmVille" and other online games forecasting that sales in the current quarter will be weaker-than-expected after revenue for the holiday period missed expectations as the company struggles to find the next big hit.

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Campbell Soup (CPB) also on investors’ watch list. The food products company cut its profit and sales outlook for the year. The company said results for the current quarter and the remainder of the 2015 will be weaker-than-expected because of what else...a stronger dollar.

Apple (AAPL) shares remain in focus. The tech giant has had a blowout week-- hitting all-time highs and becoming the first U.S. company to surpass $700 billion in market value.  However, there may be some danger lurking. Big Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi says it is setting up a website here in the U.S.