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Tesla CEO Elon Musk stands to get enriched greatly from his new stock options. But, will they get approved?
Stocks closed out the week considerably higher. Here are the top headlines pushing markets further into the green.
The IT giant just issued healthy long-term earnings guidance. But guidance for one key measure of its free cash flow was weaker.
As further consolidation in the industry comes back into focus, stocks are teetering.
Express Scripts shares could open at a two-year high Thursday after Cigna Corp. says it will pay $67 billion, including debt, for the St. Louis-based healthcare benefits manager.
Amazon must move soon to acquire a key healthcare franchise before it misses out completely on rich opportunities or pays too much. Goldman Sachs is scared about markets in 2019.
Cigna is reportedly nearing a deal to buy PBM Express Scripts.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman got $125.5 million in annual compensation last year, multiples of the compensation for other longtime financial CEOs including JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon and BlackRock's Larry Fink. Yet the stock's performance has lagged.
Sensing an opportunity, investors raced to eat up several big-cap stocks in February. Here are the biggest buys.
In this new research report, it's clear Amazon's stock has further room to the upside. Here's why.
Nobody likes tariffs, says Jim Cramer. But Trump said he'd do it. Even so, trade and tariff fears have hit Wall Street -- and investors -- hard.
Protectionism in the form of new tariffs and trade deals and a general neglect when it comes to interfering with the business of U.S. corporations is fueling the Trump trade again.
Apple shares may test their all-time high again Wednesday after one of its key European suppliers posted record fourth quarter sales and issued a robust 2018 outlook.
The news from the tech giant comes a month after Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan unveiled a joint healthcare initiative.
Who might Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway buy with the $116 billion burning a hole in their pocket?
In an appearance on CNBC, Warren Buffett adds color to some of the biggest insights gained from Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder letter.
Warren Buffett has $116 billion in cash to spend on headline-grabbing deals. TheStreet's top editors and reporters serve up some companies the "Oracle of Omaha" should consider buying.
Stocks finish higher on Monday as the technology sector outperforms.
Here's what the charts say about the "Oracle of Omaha's" stock picks.
Lots of questions so let's visit the charts for any answers.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Berkshire Hathaway's stake in Apple.
Do you have the patience and the deep pockets to hold KHC?
Bill Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management, which invests in Berkshire Hathaway, focuses on the "subtle" comments from Warren Buffett.
I don't have the patience or the deep pockets of Warren Buffett when I look at charts.
Upon further reflection, Warren Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway's shareholders might not have been that boring.
Qualcomm has gained the upper hand in its battle for a merger with Broadcom. Was Warren Buffett's annual letter really that boring?
If The Oracle can't find anything cheap enough to buy, can you?
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