Wall Street closed out the week with new executive leadership in Washington, D.C., for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis.
The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
Though it's hard to predict which parts of Trump's tax policy will become law, it's worth taking a gaze into the future with these prognostications.
The weak companies could be clobbered.
The clock is ticking.
The federal government is enormous, by far the biggest spender in the U.S. Yet these 10 states keep it at arm's length.
Donald Trump has won the White House. Here are some ideas on how to play it.
What the annual Feng Shui Index says we can expect.
Donald Trump has had a lot of success in business, but how will he be for the economy as president? Here's how his economic policies will play out.
The Oakland Raiders have filed paperwork to move the team to Las Vegas.
Jim Cramer thinks Take-Two Interactive and Activision Blizzard have winning potential.
Federal agencies told not to enforce penalties for people who fail to have health insurance.
Jim Cramer ponders how nothing new can be great, and observes that a selloff can be quite embraceable.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the first day of the Trump Era went, and explains how he feels about brick-and-mortar retailers.
Like Qualcomm's disputes with regulators, the company's legal battle with Apple is complex and could take time to unfold. That could pave the way for a stronger Apple-Intel partnership.
The dispute follows on the heels of a suit filed by the FTC, and an $853 million fine levied on Qualcomm by South Korea's antitrust authority. Shares fell 2.4%.
Rite Aid shares fell in dramatic fashion on Friday.
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