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U.S. Stocks Lower at the Opening Bell, Apple Sets New Record Sales

Stocks are lower at the opening bell as the excitement over Alibaba's (BABA) IPO fades.

Siemens' Bid for Dresser-Rand Could be Trumped by General Electric

German engineering company Siemens announced it will buy U.S. oil-and-gas equipment maker Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion.

MNI Reality Check: Fresh Supply Pushes NYC New-Home Buying in September

Tired of being outbid on every Manhattan apartment you are interested in buying? Well, things are looking up.

As Investors Tune Out CBS, Company Could Eye Cable Deals

Nevermind the viewers, it seems as if investors are increasingly tuning out CBS Corp.

EMC Looks for a Deal, AutoZone Earnings, Cramer's Macy's Bargain

With activist season fast approaching, West Coast tech companies are looking for ways to stave off the barbarians once earnings and proxy season comes around.

Real Money Previews

Cramer on the Biggest IPO of All Time: Alibaba Is the Real Deal

The company and its genuine CEO just may not be too good to be true.

Fed Unlikely to Rock the Boat; Why I Am Back to Shorting: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass writes about weak fundamentals and an expected fed funds rate rise.

Alibaba Is the Real Deal; Yellen Says Stay the Course: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the Forrest Gump of China and Janet Yellen's common-sense stance.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: You Should Still Own Yahoo!

Cramer was horrified by Eaton, likes Goldman Sachs over Charles Schwab and isn't recommending Hudson City Bancorp.

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Stock Ideas

4 Stocks Spiking on Big Volume

Often when above-average volume moves into an equity, it precedes a large spike in volatility.

4 Stocks Breaking Out on Unusual Volume

These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.

How to Trade the Market's Most-Active Stocks: SDRL, RAD, KGC, JCP

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

3 Huge Tech Stocks Grabbing Headlines -- and How to Trade Them

Here's a look at how to trade three tech stocks everyone is talking about today.

Dividend Preview: 5 Dividend Stocks Ready to Pay You More

These dividend stocks look poised to increase their payouts to shareholders in the next quarter.

MainStreet

“Unnecessary Hospitalization” is Driving Higher Health Care Costs

More lab tests, additional procedures and other costs are driven by “defensive medicine.”

ID Theft of the Dead Is Preventable: Avoid Personal Finance Spookiness

You now have to make sure that identity thieves aren’t stealing your dead relatives' critical information.

Money Lessons Can Be Good Even for Children as Young as 5

Kids start to understand the concept of money, savings and spending early, and getting a head start teaching about it is not only doable, but advisable.

What to Expect (and Not to) When You Get Care at a Minute Clinic

There are some 100,000 physician's assistants in the U.S, and they see some 7 million people every week across the U.S. in minute clinics.

Housing Market Is Back Like Old Times -- Local Info Is the Only Info

As the housing recession recedes further, the largely uniform performance of local markets is also fading. So you'd bone up on your local market to buy or sell.

Biotech

Northwest Bio's Almost-Toxic Debt Raise Responsible for Stock Slide

The buyers of Northwest's debt want the stock price to decline before Feb. 15, 2015, because a lower stock price also will drop the conversion price of the notes.

Ariad Director Resignation May Mean CEO Berger One Step Closer to Exit

Activist investor Alex Denner is gaining an ally on Ariad's Board.

SEC Slaps Biotech Hedge Fund for Short-Selling Violations

On 17 occasions, RA Capital bought shares in biotech company financings after having sold short shares of the same company when it was supposed to be restricted from doing so.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

U.S. Stocks Lower at the Opening Bell, Apple Sets New Record Sales

Stocks are lower at the opening bell as the excitement over Alibaba's (BABA) IPO fades.

Merck to Expand Life Sciences With $17B Deal for Sigma-Aldrich

Germany's Merck on Monday claimed to have made a "quantum leap" in its life sciences business after striking a $17 billion deal to buy Sigma-Aldrich of St Louis.

Siemens Strikes $7.6B Deal for Dresser-Rand, Target Ends Sulzer Talks

Germany's Siemens has agreed an all-cash deal for Dresser-Rand that values the oil field equipment maker at $7.6 billion including debt.

TheStreetTV
Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Cramer on the Biggest IPO of All Time: Alibaba Is the Real Deal

The company and its genuine CEO just may not be too good to be true.

Herb Greenberg

Why Playing the Patent-Fight Game Is Dangerous: Look at VirnetX

It's a crapshoot to play the patent game. Case in point: VirnetX

Stephanie Link

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link Say There's More To Come From Microsoft

Microsoft announced on Tuesday it increased its dividend by 11 percent. It's the smallest percentage increase in its quarterly dividend in about 5 years.

Chris Ciaccia

Larry Ellison Steps Down as Oracle's CEO: What Wall Street's Saying

Oracle announces CEO Larry Ellison will step down and become chief technology officer and executive chairman, with Safra Catz and Mark Hurd becoming co-CEOs.

Adam Feuerstein

Northwest Bio's Almost-Toxic Debt Raise Responsible for Stock Slide

The buyers of Northwest's debt want the stock price to decline before Feb. 15, 2015, because a lower stock price also will drop the conversion price of the notes.

Dan Freed

Why Bank of America, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo Are Finally Waking Up

Treasury yields are rising, and so are bank profit expectations, but investors may be ahead of fundamentals.

Ted Reed

Southwest Example Shows Wall Street May Be All Wrong on JetBlue

JetBlue CEO Dave Barger agrees to step down because Wall Street wants JetBlue to be just like the legacy carriers -- who all had recent bankruptcies.

Leon Lazaroff

Labor Day Blues Show Jobs Don't Pay Like They Once Did

Regardless of income, employee salaries for the first half of 2014 declined for most U.S. workers, according to a study by the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.

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