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ABB Unveils What It Calls Fastest Electric-Vehicle-Charging Station
ABB says its Terra 360 station can charge up to four electric vehicles at a time and provide a full charge to any EV within 15 minutes.
American Airlines, ABB Ltd., Salesforce.com: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round
Jim Cramer focuses on American Airlines, Salesforce.com, Realty Income, Proctor & Gamble, United Bankshares, iRobot, Dominion Energy.
Rally Climbs on Earnings: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap
Good earnings reports, cooling oil, and tech leadership all contributed to Thursday's gains, says Jim Cramer. Along with no explosive presidential tweets.
Investors Should Follow Chinese Money Along the Path to Globalization
China is spending heavily on infrastructure in numerous nations left behind by former colonial powers. Here are the Chinese and foreign companies set to gain from that massive outflow of Chinese yuan.
At GE, one of Immelt's last deals fuels speculation on new CEO's streamlining plans
Activist Trian Partners is confident 'good things are going to happen' after CEO John Flannery's portfolio review.
Tesla Bull Market Is Dying Even as European Firms Bet Big on Electric Cars
Tesla's second stock "correction" of the year is worrying, but the future of electric cars certainly isn't.
Apple's Slide Pulls Markets Into Red, North Korea Keeps Them There
Stocks are lower. Here's where the markets finished on Monday.
Stocks Fall as Apple Slips, North Korea Threat Escalates
Stocks are lower. Here's where markets are trading in the afternoon session Monday.
A Narrower Win for Merkel and Ever-Present North Korea Threat Pressure Markets
Stock futures are lower. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open on Monday.
Fed Inflation Gauge Slowed Again in October, Supporting Dovish Powell
Further slowing in the Fed's preferred inflation gauge is adding heft to Chairman Jerome Powell's signals of smaller rate hikes.
Amazon Needs to Kill Alexa, Maybe Exit Echo Devices
The online retail giant had a plan to own your living room. It didn't work because AI-powered voice assistants don't work.
Elon Musk's Latest Twitter Move Looks Like an Act of Desperation
Twitter is desperate for revenue. It has a $13 billion debt burden, but hasn’t showed a profit for eight of the last 10 years.