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Full day of news related to Facebook and other tech companies -- over privacy issues, the SEC, the Federal Trade Commission and a Department of Justice investigation.
The latest Justice Department investigation probing whether and how market-leading online platforms have achieved market power and are engaging in practices that have reduced competition.
Earnings season continues to be upbeat and there are no signs of the economic weakness the bears were looking for.
The company announced plans to re-locate production of the line to China from Texas.
Though it would likely take a while for Apple to begin using its own 5G modem, doing so could yield major cost savings and also carry other benefits.
Jim Cramer has some advice for investors listening to their market gurus, and he weighs in on how markets are doing with the slew of earnings that we've received and what he thinks of the reported offer Apple made Intel for its smartphone modem chip business.
Jim Cramer isn't sold on the reports that Apple is looking to buy Intel's smartphone modem chip business. Here's why.
Most of the recent corrections have started with strong intraday reversals on positive or benign news.
We're adding Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, warts and all, to the Bullpen because of the potential for online content providers.
Owners of Apple could be treated to a positive earnings report next week.
After getting a slew of earnings Monday morning before the bell, it's time to do an earnings check-in. And Jim Cramer has some thoughts on Apple's reported interest in Intel's smartphone-modem chip business and what Snap can do to keep its stocks momentum.
This is good news for Apple and Intel, but is there a big problem lying ahead for Qualcomm?
Also, defense industry names can breathe easier with word of debt ceiling and federal spending deal.
The following are new investments that those saving for or living in retirement might consider for their portfolios. This week: two large-cap "biblically responsible" exchange-traded funds.
So far, the fears of a gloomy earnings season have not materialized, but most of the big guns have not yet reported.
U.S. stock futures rise ahead of earnings reports from a number of corporate heavyweights and after the White House and congressional negotiators reach a budget deal that will lift the government's debt limit; Coca-Cola, Snap, Visa and Harley-Davidson are among the companies reporting earnings on Tuesday; Apple reportedly is in talks to buy Intel's modem chip business for $1 billion.
Jim Cramer says that in the heart of earnings season, Wall Street analysts can make important calls that let bulls push stocks higher.
Move would give iPhone maker more control of key components in phones.
Investors in their vehicles can use voice commands to check the latest market news and get quotes and portfolio positions.
Remember, Disney still has headline titles Frozen 2 and Star Wars: Episode IX coming.
Jim discusses this morning's exit of Five Below, a big analyst upgrade in Lam Research, and provides a look into what to expect from this week's slew of earnings releases.
Jim Cramer's weighing in on the Morgan Stanley and Bernstein notes on Apple Monday morning.
We are providing buy price levels for nearly every position in the AAP portfolio.
I'm waiting to see where we are late in the session before making any major buys.
Jim Cramer breaks down his thoughts on oil, Apple's dueling analyst notes, The Lion King beat expectations during its opening weekend and we can't, of course, ignore the tech earnings that the Street expects later this week.
Is Lion King enough to sate investor appetite ahead of Disney Plus's release? How's oil looking? And what should investors make of Bernstein and Morgan Stanley's dueling notes on Apple Monday morning? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks of the top stories driving markets.
Facebook, Amazon and Google report earnings in late July. What more could an investor ask for? Here are three key facts.
Under Satya Nadella and CFO Amy Hood, Microsoft has managed to grow bigger than all of its mega-cap tech rivals without the slightest whiff of scandal.
Jim Cramer says we're heading into the busiest week of earnings season. He's got your game plan, but says it might be a good time to take your summer vacation.
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