Jim Cramer and Jill Malandrino look at a several retail stocks, identifying potential out and underperformers and some M&A ideas.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor to thestreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about oil prices and oil stocks.
Jim Cramer says the doubters of Marissa Mayer's ability to run Yahoo! are many, but she's done a good job of steering the Internet company through a period of transition.
Jim Cramer shares insight on the latest economic data out of China and stresses the importance of focusing on the nation's Baltic Freight data.
Jim Cramer says Apple is receiving an impressive response from a broad spectrum of retailers for its new Apple Pay mobile payments system.
Jim Cramer says it's counter intuitive but what's causing the rally in the markets are interest rates going higher and oil making a turnaround.
Jim Cramer says don't pay attention to the analysts who comment on Apple's report -- he says Apple is a buy if it pulls back following its results.
Jim Cramer believes oil is going to be held between $75 and $80 on the downside, which makes it still palatable for drilling programs in the U.S.
Video streaming company Netflix reported third-quarter revenue and income that were in line with expectations but the company added far fewer subscribers than analysts were expecting.
For week seven of the NFL season, Jim Cramer says his fantasy football strategy is to go against the grain of what a lot of people are doing right now.