Stocks held higher on Friday, trading at records, as the health care sector made a comeback after a bruising week.
Broadcom released better-than-expected 2016 fourth-quarter results, and its stock on Friday is giving a picture of where the rally could 'broaden to,' says Jim Cramer.
Coca-Cola's long-time CEO Muhtar Kent will hand over the baton to Chief Operating Officer James Quincey.
Recent cases involving Zynga and Facebook show that the split between Silicon Valley and the corporate governance police is growing wider.
Citi Holdings -- the megabanks' last separately run bad asset unit -- is now profitable. So when's the next bailout?
Lilly's sola study did not reduce amyloid plaques in the brain, adding to the likelihood that Biogen's late-stage Alzheimer's study will prove successful.
The Victoria's Secret parent company has just two women on its board, one of whom is the CEO's wife.
The company's latest quarter saw a 14% drop in revenue and increased losses, and Sears is hemorrhaging customers and stores.
American, Delta and United boost unit revenue guidance as yields improve.
The drugmaker is down nearly 46% year to date, which has created a great buying opportunity.
Freeport-McMoRan has been on a tear, but the company faces a crucial deadline.
Shark Tank investior Kevin O'Leary called regional banks 'dangerous' despite the KRE's 26% move up after the election.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Cisco's shareholder meeting on Monday.
You're going to need bubbles this December, and we've got options at all price points.
L BRands has no women in it's c-suite and just two on its board
Jim Cramer comments on President-elect Trump's new Labor Secretary pick, Andrew Puzder.
We're bombarded with news every day. Watching what happens in after-hours trading is a great way to determine whether a piece of news will move a stock or a market.
Scott's Miracle-Gro is benefiting from the boom in marijuana growth, says Jim Cramer.
Reynolds American and Altria are among the largest makers of e-cigs.
Jim Cramer expects a smooth transition as Coca-Cola KO CEO Muhtar Kent steps down and chief operating officer James Quincey takes over.
Another day, another industry damaged by the president-elect's rhetoric. But these three companies are strong enough to overcome arm-twisting over drug prices.
The market is taking tremendous "pin action" off solid earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks moved higher, putting indexes on pace to close at records again.
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