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Big U.S. Companies Pledge $140 Billion to Invest in Climate Change

Thirteen large U.S. companies from Apple to Wal-Mart have enlisted in the White House's effort to improve the environment.

Apple, Google Among Companies Pledging to Invest in Climate Action

Thirteen large U.S. companies are pledging to invest more than $140 billion in climate change efforts as the White House launches the American Business Act on Climate pledge.

Cramer -- Intel's a Few Bucks Away From a Buy, but PayPal Is One Right Now

Tech stocks were on the minds of viewers Monday morning when they posed their questions to TheStreet's Jim Cramer, including Intel, T-Mobile and PayPal.

Restaurant Brands Beats Estimates on Tasty New Product Offerings

The parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings.

Restaurant Brands Beats Estimates, Boosted by New Product Launches

Shares of Restaurant Brands International (QSR) climbed in Monday trading after the parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings.

BlackBerry Still Hopes for Turnaround but Analyst Remains Skeptical

BlackBerry CEO John Chen says that progress has been slower than expected, and Morningstar analyst Brian Colello is not confident about the firm's long-term prospects.

BlackBerry CEO Reveals Turnaround Is Taking Longer Than Expected

Following the announcement earlier this week of more job cuts, BlackBerry (BBRY) chief executive officer John Chen revealed that the company's turnaround plan is taking longer than expected.

Cramer: Biogen's Horseman May Have Fallen Off, But These 3 Are Better

Jim Cramer answers viewers' questions on Biogen and weighs in on better alternatives. He also responds to questions on Ford and touches into the telecom players.

American Airlines Flies Lower After a Mixed Earnings Report

Shares of American Airlines Group are slipping in Friday trading after the airline reported mixed quarterly results, and offered tepid guidance on passenger revenue.

American Airlines Expects Lower Passenger Revenue, Shares Descend

Shares of American Airlines Group (AAL) are slipping in Friday trading after the airline reported mixed quarterly results.

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