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Jim Cramer breaks down how Netflix's content is driving subscriber growth.
Jim Cramer breaks down the uncertainty surrounding Apple's overseas manufacturing and a possible trade war with China.
For the fourth quarter, Netflix is expected to have added roughly 5.1 million new net subscribers worldwide, a solid number even though investors would rather talk about a buyout.
Jim Cramer looks at the impact original video content could have on Apple's revenue.
As the iPhone 7 experiences soft demand, Apple bulls are looking for a 'supercycle' of iPhone 8 sales to start later this year.
Jim Cramer breaks down Apple Stock as the company marks a 10 years since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone.
The future of the car was definitely on display.
Apple is getting some competition from Chinese telecom company Huawei.
Foxconn will set up a manufacturing base in China as speculation mounts over U.S investment plans.
The announcement by the e-commerce giant follows Netflix's declaration that it plans to spend $6 billion on original shows in 2017.
Cramer compares Apple to other growth stocks, including Verizon, Microsoft and Caterpillar.
We offered $5 to anyone on Wall Street who could show us their Blackberry.
Apple supplier Jabil Circuit reports operating income was $165.6 million.
The game developer has made Super Mario Run available for trial in Apple Stores.
If Airbnb goes public in 2017, it could be one of the biggest IPOs of the year.
151 Million Americans are expected to go shopping today either in stores or online.
Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook have negative weekly charts, but they can be traded with the help of these technicals.
Donald Trump's anti-trade rhetoric has created a sticky situation for Apple and its plans to do business in China, says Jim Cramer.
Daily and weekly charts explain the volatility among the 11 S&P sectors, but the dynamics may not be what you think.
Technical momentum readings turned on a dime after an election night plunge that resulted in mixed weekly charts for the five major U.S. equity averages.
Negative reaction to earnings from Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook are warnings for the overall stock market.
Jim Cramer says the other big story in Wednesday's session beyond Apple is the pickup in Chinese demand for oil.
Apple reports quarterly earnings after the close on Tuesday poised for a positive reaction given positive technical charts.
Time Warner shares rose 7.82% to $89.48 at market's close, while AT&T fell 3% to $37.49.
European investors are looking for market direction Wednesday following mixed earnings and ongoing economic concerns.