We are one day away from the weekend. 

At the close, the Dow was down 21 points. The Nasdaq was up 47.69 and the S&P 500 was up 3.75.

Jim Cramer's Response to a Potential Intel CEO

Intel (INTC) - Get Report released earnings Thursday, Jan. 24. The chipmaker fell almost 6% in post-market trading after the company announced $18.66 billion in revenue, which missed expectations of $19.01 billion. The company announced earnings per share of $1.28, beating expectations of $1.22 a share.

The stock is Real Money's stock of the day.

Jim Cramer discussed the possibility of Intel announcing its new CEO and what he expects from earnings report on TheStreet's daily Facebook Live show Thursday morning.

"I think Bob [Swan] is doing a great job. He's the CFO. But, they need a CEO," said Cramer.

Morgan Stanley's Bullish Disney Note

"2019 is likely a transformational year for Disney (DIS) - Get Report . Stepping back from the complexity, it will exit the year in a different place than it begins. Significant investments in content, theme parks, and M&A weigh on near-term earnings, but should set up the business for long-term growth," Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne wrote Thursday.

TheStreet's Tony Owusu reported on the note. Morgan Stanley highlighted four events that could help the Action Alerts PLUS holding "maximize its potential," according to Owusu.

One of those events is the closing of the deal to acquire Twenty-First Century Fox's (FOXA) - Get Report assets.

Time to Look at Renewable Energy?

Real Money's Kevin Curran sat down with Daniel McGahn, CEO of wind turbine maker AMSC, to talk renewable energy. 

"We are tapping into that renewable energy market where we play mostly in renewables for wind really is in the developing world countries like India," McGahn explained. "We've helped to create top tier players in the wind market. They use our turbine technology and then they buy the controls and software over and over again. We think our model is kind of similar to Intel and Microsoft (MSFT) - Get Report for wind turbines."