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Salesforce's Bigger Revenue Needs to Force a Profit Next shares are only up slightly more than three percent over the course of 2014, perhaps a reflection of the company's inability to be profitable.

Ebola Fears Send Tekmira Stock Up, Amazon Settles e-Beef with Disney

International markets are off to a rocky start as we get ready for the open, but in the U.S., there's one stock that's soaring as fears of Ebola rise.

European Markets Mixed; Tesco Probe, Declining Sales Hit British Grocers But Zalando Zooms

European stock indices were mixed on Wednesday, with London markets moving lower on disappointing economic news and corporate worries.

What to Watch on Wall Street for Wednesday, October 1st 2014

On Wednesday October 1st, we watch earnings for lighting solutions company Acuity Brands at 10 a.m as it hopes to beat analysts’ expectations for its fiscal fourth quarter.

eBay Skyrocketed Tuesday After Announcing PayPal Spinoff

News of a PayPal spinoff sent eBay shares skyrocketing on Tuesday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

Real Money Previews

Jim Cramer on the Markets: Why the IPO Deluge Must Stop

The deal parade is putting pressure on the market.

Kass: Why Now Is a Good Time to Be an Investor in Yahoo!

The sum-of-the-parts analysis yields a far richer share price vs. current levels.

Jim Cramer on the Stock Market: What Nike Is Telling Us

Maybe its stellar result shows things aren't that bad.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I'm Sticking With First Solar

Cramer thinks there are better oil stocks for investment than Exxon Mobil but Chevron isn't one of them.

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Stock Ideas

2 Oversold Stocks Under $10 Ready to Bounce Higher

Oversold can always get more oversold, but it's also an area from which a stock can experience a powerful bounce higher if the sellers have become exhausted.

4 Stocks Under $10 Making Big Moves Higher

hen a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.

5 Stocks Set to Soar on Bullish Earnings

These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.

Buy These 5 Momentum Movers to Stomp the S&P

As we approach the end of the year, it's time to focus on the momentum movers and leave everything else alone.

3 Big Stocks on Traders' Radars

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


Vape Business Booms As 90% of Smokers Try to Quit Cigarettes through Vaping

The retail vape store segment has grown to a $1 billion market, bolstered in part by the popularity of vaping among smokers trying to quit cigarettes.

Crowdfunding Fertility: Couples And Market Place Conceive New Strategy

In addition to dealing with the stress of infertility, couples are often weighed down by the financial burden of treatments. The Internet has developed a solution.

How Close Are We to Secure Tap-and-Go Credit Card Payment?

ApplePay and Google Wallet are a good start, but government-mandated chip-and-pin cards will be more widely embraced by consumers in about a year.

Payday Loans and Check-Cashers Charge Exorbitant Fees; Consumers Are Aloof

Consumers are missing an easy opportunity to save money: Avoiding high-fee loans and check cashing services. And some don't even know why.

Caregivers Face Extra Retirement Hurdles: The Sandwich Generation Feels The Pinch

Adding to retirement challenges, a new survey reveals the growing concern among Americans who may also need to care for an aging parent, while saving for their own golden years.


Shkreli's Inability to Focus, Immaturity Cost Him Retrophin CEO Job

Martin is super smart and will be a great asset somewhere, but he is not a CEO. I wish him the best.

Why J&J Expands Antiviral Franchise but Doesn't Buy Achillion, Novavax

What are the motivations behind significant takeovers, like J&J's takeover of Alios Biopharma? And why have companies like Achillion and Novavax been passed over?

Catalyst Pharma Closer to Unconscionable Price Hike for Rare-Disease Drug

For the zero work done by Catalyst, LEMS patients will pay as much as $80,000 for the exact same drug they use now for a fraction of the cost.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Angie's List Spikes in Pre-Market Trading, May Seek Buyer

Angie's List soared following a report in the Financial Times that the consumer services listing and reviews company may seek a buyer.

What Went Right for eBay and PayPal Under Outgoing CEO John Donahoe

Outgoing eBay CEO John Donahoe made a lot of smart moves at eBay and PayPal, which put both divisions in a position to now stand alone against competitors.

With Purchase of Move, News Corp. Puts Focus on the Internet

News Corp. buying the owner of, which has been losing online market share to Zillow.

Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer Says Take Some GoPro Money Off the Table Now

Shares of GoPro were higher Tuesday after the wearable camera company announced a new, more affordable portable camera called the HERO4.

Herb Greenberg

Herb Greenberg: Too Soon to Question GoPro's Earnings Quality?

Keep these points from its most recent quarter in mind.

Stephanie Link

Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link Downtrend in Commodities an Opportunity to Buy

Recently commodities such as oil, gold and iron ore have been taking it on the chin with prices at their lowest level in five years.

Chris Ciaccia

Intel Continues Push Into Wearables, Unveils Basis Peak Fitness Tracker

Intel announced that its Basis unit is unveiling a new fitness and sleep tracker, the Basis Peak, as the company continues to push into the wearable devices market.

Adam Feuerstein

Shkreli's Inability to Focus, Immaturity Cost Him Retrophin CEO Job

Martin is super smart and will be a great asset somewhere, but he is not a CEO. I wish him the best.

Dan Freed

Analysts Stumped as Fannie, Freddie Selloff Ramps Up on Heavy Volume

Shares of Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were down sharply on Tuesday in heavily volumes as observers debated the significance of new legal deve...

Ted Reed

Airbus A320neo Takes Its First Flight, Will Fly for American in 2017

American Airlines, which operates the world's largest Airbus fleet, has orders for 100 Airbus A320neos and expects its first aircraft in 2017.

Leon Lazaroff

Programmatic Ad-Buying Is Just Google Search Writ Large

Programmatic ad-buying is the new rage in the advertising world, but boiled down, it's Google Search for online video and display.

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