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RealMoney Radio: CEO Guff

Cramer vows to tell the truth about Wall Street and its execs regardless of the repercussions.

Those in the media are failing to communicate to the public the true nature of certain CEOs because they are too worried about the repercussions of doing so, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Friday.

This is a problem, Cramer said.

Ten years ago, when Cramer started

, he said that he and the rest of the people at the company "vowed to give the inside skinny about what really goes on, on Wall Street."

"We revealed a lot about how trading works," he said.

However, other media outlets did not pick up on's

method of telling the truth.

Cramer said, unlike other media, he does not care about getting


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John Chambers on his show. He didn't try to land


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Peter Dolan or

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Robert Nardelli either.

"I am not into making friends," Cramer said. "If Terry Semel were to leave



, it would go from $22 to $25, and I am not afraid to say it."

The media needs to tell the truth, he said. "We do at

, I wish others did as well."

There are a lot of ways to make money in the market, Cramer said. One such way is with

World Wrestling Entertainment



Owning this stock is not a bad idea here, he said. It's not just a program, but is a stock as well.

"The rap against WWE, which became public seven years ago yesterday, is because people are worried about its attendance in the U.S.," Cramer said. But the fact of the matter is, "WWE's international business could be huge."

"It's like a Hollywood thing that we export," he went on to say. "It has been ignored for seven years, but this is a stock that pays a 5% dividend."

Cramer said this stock is for him, and as long as market players have this dividend they are not going to get hurt with this stock.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Yahoo!

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