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Jim Cramer was happy about the Netflix quarter, but bummed that it could have been acquired a very long time ago.
Jim Cramer sat down with Barstool Sports' founder, Dave Portnoy, and CEO, Erika Nardini, to discuss the brand's growth.
TD Ameritrade's daily average trades were 726,000 in the fourth quarter, up 49 percent from a year earlier.
Jim Cramer drilled down on the oil patch with help from technician Carley Garner to check the strength of crude prices.
Practice Fusion was struggling to grow and looking for a buyer even as it was projecting optimism to employees.
AWS acquired a start-up whose software could help companies more quickly spot lurking security threats.
Jim Cramer argued against selling high-quality stocks because of negative news and told investors to break the habit.
General Electric's stock doesn't appear to be a value play ahead of earnings, according to one strategist.
Some fans are poking fun at LeBron for high-fiving himself in advance.
Jerome Powell — known more casually as "Jay" — assumes the top Fed position following his nomination by President Donald Trump in November.
Aetna will pay a fine and improve privacy practices to settle charges it leaked the HIV statuses of New York members.
The social media furor comes even as corporate parent P&G tries to temper down enthusiasm.
"We want the world to invest in America and create jobs for hardworking Americans," said Gary Cohn.
New U.S. tariffs smack of protectionism, but they are no way like the broad trade actions the stock market fears most.
Trump's lawyers reportedly want the president's testimony to include both written answers and an in-person interview.
Facebook is buying Boston-based software company Confirm, which specializes in authenticating government-issued identification cards.
President Donald Trump is rejecting a proposed bipartisan immigration bill.
The global economy has created the best backdrop in "decades" for owning commodities, says Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie.
United Continental Holdings is holding an investor day on Tuesday afternoon.
Apple's latest effort to block exploits of the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities is patching two older versions of its macOS operating system.