Jim Cramer's Reaction to Citigroup's Earnings, PG&E and Why China Matters

Jim Cramer's Reaction to Citigroup's Earnings, PG&E and Why China Matters

PG&E, Citigroup and China are just some of the top stories on Monday.

Jim Cramer on Citigroup Earnings, PG&E Drama and China

Jim Cramer on Citigroup Earnings, PG&E Drama and China

Jim Cramer breaks down the Citigroup earnings, what's going on with PG&E and China.

Is the End of Sears Upon Us? A Bankruptcy Attorney Breaks It Down

Is the End of Sears Upon Us? A Bankruptcy Attorney Breaks It Down

Here's a breakdown of what investors should be watching as the auction for Sears approaches.

Why Sears Isn't a Black Eye for the Retail Sector

Why Sears Isn't a Black Eye for the Retail Sector

A trader on the floor of the NYSE breaks down the retail sector post-Sears.

Sears Chairman Lampert Boosts Bid to $5 Billion: Report

Sears Chairman Lampert Boosts Bid to $5 Billion: Report

Lampert makes one more stab at rescuing retailer from liquidation, according to a published report Wednesday.

Sears' Fate Hangs in the Balance

Sears' Fate Hangs in the Balance

Sears Holdings advisers are reportedly facing a Friday deadline to decide if a bid from Chairman Eddie Lampert is viable.

David's Bridal All Dressed for Chapter 11

David's Bridal All Dressed for Chapter 11

The private equity-backed wedding gown retailer takes a restructuring to court that will cut more than $430 million in debt and keep its stores open.

J.C. Penney Slides as Sears' Demise Casts Pall on Shares

J.C. Penney Slides as Sears' Demise Casts Pall on Shares

Sears' bankruptcy filing isn't a cause for celebration at rival J.C. Penney.

What Happens to Sears Gift Cards and Warranties Now That Chain Is Bankrupt?

What Happens to Sears Gift Cards and Warranties Now That Chain Is Bankrupt?

Hint: It's not good news for consumers.

The Lehman Brothers Collapse and How It's Changed the Economy Today

The Lehman Brothers Collapse and How It's Changed the Economy Today

The Lehman Brothers collapse will go down as one of the biggest financial failures in history - but how did it start, and what has the economy learned since then?