Yahoo!, Amazon and Twitter have given the NFL tryouts, while Google and Facebook could join them. Don't expect Silicon Valley to solve pro football's broadcast woes, though.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Marc Chaikin, of Chaikin Analytics, spent an hour together at our offices talking all things markets. Listen to the whole conversation below. In the except above, they discuss Lam Research and why it makes them nervous.
Friday's market slump wasn't unprecedented, but it did put a punctuation mark on an unusual period.
The Dow lost more than 2% of its value Friday in the sixth biggest point decline in the index's history.
Markets are getting killed, but there are still some equities climbing Friday.
Google will report its quarterly results after the closing bell Thursday.
Fortunately, Larry Page and Serge Brin had a change of heart before everyone's favorite search engine became mainstream.
But who would have guessed Apple would do better than Google?
Markets had a mixed session Thursday.
Be mindful of what YOU want, not what the market wants.
Apple is scheduled to report its quarterly earnings Thursday.
Ericsson shares fell the most since July after its fifth consecutive quarterly loss and the conclusion of a strategic review for the troubled mobile telecoms equipment maker.
The market selloff has ensnared some companies who performed well in the previous quarter.
Netflix shares have been on fire this year on optimism around future growth. Will the gains ever stop?
As the Trump administration reportedly considers a nationalized 5G network, we took a look at what 5G is and what it means for you.