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Trump's own tweets could actually hurt a government antitrust case against the e-commerce giant.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Charles Schwab and SAP, but prefers Nike to Under Armour.
Jim Cramer says some old-line companies are surprising us with good news, and their revival is what's behind a lot of these rallies.
Michael Corbat, CEO of Citigroup, tells Jim Cramer that Citi is focusing on customer service and growth.
Fed, earnings drive gains on Wall Street.
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The company plans to hire thousands of workers 'on-the-spot' August 2.
Amazon said it expects revenue to come in between $35.25 billion and $37.75 billion.
Buying through backchannels is 'pathetic,' Birkenstock CEO Dave Kahan says.
Analysts at Wolfe Research noted that Amazon is getting more 'aggressive' with its private label's food offerings,
Has Amazon really smelled that coffee?
Rail and airline stocks are seeing a shocking obliteration.
Earnings from AMD and Boeing drive gains.
Cloud numbers for Microsoft and Google are a little too... cloudy.
Updating members on a few other items that we are keeping an eye on.
Whole Foods didn't release any guidance, citing its 'definitive' deal with Amazon.
Overall 168.1 million people in the U.S. will use an Internet connected TV this year, a 10.1% increase over 2016.
The downtrodden sector offers better upside potential than financial and industrial stocks, which are trading at or near their highs.
The tweeter-in-chief is back at it again.
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No one knows where the giant squid is going to strike next.
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