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EMC reportedly asked Dell for 'go-shop' clause allowing it to seek other potential suitors and pay Dell a discounted breakup fee if it ends up being bought by another company.
Doug Kass shares his views on why investors are selling eBay and why he backed out of his General Motors and Wells Fargo positions.
Jim Cramer shares his views on spending gas savings and Yum's drop. Visa, L Brands, Yum Brands and Apple are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the commodity-led rally and the truth about China. Glencore, Vale, Alcoa and Alibaba are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his views on his ongoing Apple short and offers a counterpoint to his bullish bet on gold.
Cramer also says be sure to watch Washington.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass revealed some surprising changes to his portfolio, selling a longstanding position, and going long in a commodity he had shunned.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses what's really behind oil's price spike, and the bright spots in the current market.
Profits at major sit-down restaurants and fast eateries are under siege.
The biggest takeaway from Alcoa's earnings? Cutting back on production in China, indicating big problems still need fixing in that country's economy.
More money for consumers means more money for the companies that serve them.
Also: Commodities giant Glencore said it would cut zinc production by a third, closing two mines and cutting 1,600 jobs as global prices of the commodity collapsed.
The S&P 500 is a better short now than it was at its May 21 high.
Much of the strength of the U.S. market in the last few days comes from a belief that Chinese government actions are, at last, working to reboot its economy.
Also: Amazon.com launching marketplace for handmade goods, will compete directly with Etsy which has made its name selling handmade products.
PepsiCo has low growth and is near an all-time high. The question is, why chase it, when other quality shares are down 40%?
DraftKings, FanDuel employees accused of insider trading. Will this ruin their IPOs?
Also: China's foreign exchange reserves posted an expected fall in September to $3.514 trillion, $43.3 billion lower than in August.
It has broken through the 100-day moving average with conviction.
Pointed questions at Twitter go unanswered, despite promises of change from CEO Jack Dorsey and the board.
EU court suspends transatlantic data-sharing deal. Also: 500 biggest U.S. companies' offshore profits exceed $2.1 trillion, and are held abroad to avoid paying U.S. taxes, a study showed.
Also: Volkswagen probe on how cheating emissions test scandal was possible focused on two top company engineers. U.K. government plans to exit Lloyds Banking Group by selling its full stake.
Doug Kass shares his views -- or lack thereof -- on Twitter as a potential takeout target, and a holding that's getting positive media coverage.
Jim Cramer shares his views on market psychology and making big money. Williams Partners, Energy Transfer Equity, Energy Transfer Partners and Biogen are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on hope in the oil patch and the worst bets in commodities. Concho, Royal Dutch Shell, Glencore and Freeport are among the stocks discussed here.