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Excellent Earnings, Tough Audience, Surprises Among the Leaders: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about how this earnings season is excellent despite the haters, and why utilities and oil stocks are top performers now.

Jim Cramer: We're in the Grips of a Struggle

Companies that are inventing incredibly important drugs go down almost every day.

Jim Cramer: Where Faux Wisdom Makes Real Money

In tech, several of these tropes are currently making the rounds.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Why Is Whole Foods' Stock Down?

Cramer says it's time to buy BlackRock and move on from Hologic.

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Stock Ideas

The Most Messed Up Thing Cable TV Does to Its Customers

Millions could cut the cord tomorrow if this one relic of modern sports broadcasting went away.

Jim Cramer's Top Stock Picks: GOOGL IBM SNA ED KEY

Snap-on is an innovative tech company, ConEd is a keeper and KeyCorp is a buy.

4 Big Stocks Getting Big Attention

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

3 Huge Stocks Everyone Is Talking About

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

5 Stocks Under $10 Ready to Explode

These under-$10 stocks look ready to trade higher from current levels.

Personal Finance

Foreign Real Estate In These Markets Will Diversify Your Portfolio

Looking to diversify your portfolio? Search no further than foreign real estate. Panama, Paris and Uruguay are among the top three markets overseas with prime real estate.

The Worst '90s Relic: Booing Courtney Love

Kurt Cobain wasn't on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stage because he took heroin for his stomach pain and killed himself. Courtney Love still has nothing to do with that.

5 Cities Where Records Still Rule

Record Store Day brings out the buyers in droves, but it's just another day of selling vinyl for Memphis, Boston, Austin, Portland and Baltimore.

Kiss 'The End' Goodbye, Suckers

You've shown them you love sequels. So creators of 'Mad Men,' 'Hunger Games,' 'Divergent' and other titles are going to squeeze their customers harder from now on.

The Real Cost of Walmart to Taxpayers

America's biggest employer receives the biggest tax breaks. Recently released reports reveal that taxpayers subsidize Walmart stores to the tune of up to $5,815 per employee per year.

Stock Market Today

Stocks End Little Changed Amid Earnings, Upbeat Jobless Claims Data

Major U.S. indices trade little changed amid corporate earnings as investors hedge their bets ahead of a long weekend.

Beyond Wall St.

Biotech Stocks

Biotech Stock Mailbag: NeoStem, Gilead and the Importance of Big-Cap Biotech Earnings

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care companies.

The Recent Performance of 'Baker Brother Biotech Stocks' is Awful

Healthcare's most closely followed hedge fund is losing money during the biotech bubble burst.

FDA Approves Novartis' ALK Inhibitor! Maybe...Really Soon?

Someone at Novartis screwed up today by sending out a mass email announcing the FDA approval of a new lung cancer drug ceritinib. Brand name: Zykadia. The only problem is FDA hasn't announced the approval of Zykadia yet.

Deal News

Big Banks Surprise with Better Earnings, Google Sells Out of Glass

This week, big banks including Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs surprised with better-than-expected earnings and the Labor Department also gave good news on the job front.

Weibo IPO Is a Test for Twitter, Alibaba

Weibo, often referred to as the Chinese version of Twitter TWTR, will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market after the company priced its initial public offering at the low end of its expected range.

Lending Club Picks Up IPO-Breed of Investors

Peer-to-peer lender Lending Club said on Thursday it has picked up the type of investors it would want when the company is taken public, after raising $65 million from T. Rowe Price, Wellington Management, Blackrock and Sands Capital

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Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer: We're in the Grips of a Struggle

Companies that are inventing incredibly important drugs go down almost every day.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: The Most Important Earnings Lesson from Chipotle

With Chipotle's CMG same-store sales up an astonishing 13.5% during some of the worst winter months in recent or even distant memory: Think twice when you see any company from this...

James Rogers

The Hartford Dives Into IBM Cloud

The Hartford has signed a $500 million, six-year cloud deal with IBM as the tech giant doubles down its efforts to tap into enterprise cloud dollars.

Chris Ciaccia

Weibo IPO Is a Test for Twitter, Alibaba

Weibo, often referred to as the Chinese version of Twitter TWTR, will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market after the company priced its initial public offering at the l...

Laurie Kulikowski

Why Chipotle Is Raising Menu Prices

Chipotle is finally doing what Wall Street has long expected - it's raising menu prices.

Philip van Doorn

Regional Banks Shine at End of Rough Week for Sector

Regional Banks bounced back on Friday, ending a rough week for the banking sector in the wake of the Federal Reserve's stress tests.

Dan Freed

Blackstone Discusses Fannie and Freddie Stake

Blackstone Group President and COO Hamilton "Tony" James confirmed the company's preferred equity stake in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac but said he does not believe the asset managem...

Adam Feuerstein

Biotech Stock Mailbag: NeoStem, Gilead and the Importance of Big-Cap Biotech Earnings

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care companies.

Ted Reed

GM's Mary Barra Wants to Talk Cars but Recall Questions Reign

GM would so like the New York Auto Show to be a forum for showing its cars and trucks, but it's tough to escape questions about the recall of 2.6 million cars.

Rocco Pendola

The Most Messed Up Thing Cable TV Does to Its Customers

Millions could cut the cord tomorrow if this one relic of modern sports broadcasting went away.

Anton Wahlman

Nissan Turns Up the Heat in the Electric Car Race

Important updates on Nissan's electric car plans include swift battery improvements, a plug-in hybrid car and much more.

Leon Lazaroff

TV Station Owners Have Bigger Concerns Than Comcast-Time Warner Cable

Rather than appear duplicitous, companies owning television stations are conspicuously quiet on the subject of Comcast's proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable.

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