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Jim Cramer emphasizes consumer-product companies like Unilever, and says watch for news from Target.
We're closing our Microsoft position on Hewlett-Packard risk.
As the transition plays out, who's got game?
Jim Cramer says CEO Brian Cornell will win America back.
Jim Cramer and Jack Mohr say Lowe's is a new company that has put its troubles in the rear-view mirror.
We think the company is starting to emerge as a competitive threat to Amazon.
A boring, plain recovery is being overlooked, and that's good.
The banking giant puts the largest piece of financial-crisis litigation behind it.
Raising rates on some credit cards is a good move.
Plus, we like its favorable revenue-mix exposure.