Ruben Ramirez is the Head of Video at The Street, where he oversees video content at TheStreet.com, MainStreet.com and TheDeal.com. Ruben was previously a correspondent and National Assignment Editor for PBS' Nightly Business Report (NBR). Before joining NBR, he was a reporter and producer at Reuters Television covering business and financial news around the world and played a key role in the coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to joining Reuters, Ruben was a producer at CNN and CNN Financial News, where he was part of the network`s Emmy-Award winning coverage of 9/11. Ruben began his career at ABC News in New York working for Good Morning America and World News Tonight Weekend.
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Jim Cramer says shares of Cisco Systems are inexpensive and have a four percent yield.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Target's quarterly results, set to be released on Wednesday before the markets open.
Jim Cramer says Alphabet's YouTube needs some attention and could become a big moneymaker for Google.
Jim Cramer says Apple has the wherewithal to take away a significant amount of Pandora Media's market share.
Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn is adding Apple AAPL to his portfolio, but Jim Cramer says investors should not use it as a reason to buy the stock.
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