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Tesla seems like one hot internal mess, per a new letter from CEO Elon Musk. The markets are in rally mode, despite a letdown from IBM.
Jim Cramer focuses on American Airlines, Salesforce.com, Realty Income, Proctor & Gamble, United Bankshares, iRobot, Dominion Energy.
Good earnings reports, cooling oil, and tech leadership all contributed to Thursday's gains, says Jim Cramer. Along with no explosive presidential tweets.
There have already been a few big enterprise tech deals in 2018, and both PE funds and IT giants could be eager to strike new ones.
Jim provides his thoughts on China President Xi's speech, Mark Zuckerberg testifying on Capitol Hill, Nvidia and more.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will do his best in front of lawmakers on Tuesday to defend his company. Hopefully, he won't sink the stock market in the process.
Bitcoin couldn't muster a move past $7,000 in trading Monday. Here's what you need to know.
Looking for opportunities in this volatile market? You might want to start with the stocks that could withstand a trade war with China.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Software stocks have been on fire for several quarters. Now, they could be a overdue for a pullback right along with the FAANG names.
TheStreet's Stephen 'Sarge' Guilfoyle runs down how he's positioned for the new month.
Most of the economy has become reliant to some degree...on technology.
Stevie Wonder, Evan Rachel Wood, Emily Chang, among others to be honored as equality trailblazers transforming Silicon Valley, Hollywood and beyond
New Integration Cloud will surface data regardless of where it resides to connect every system, customer and device in a whole new way
The cloud storage provider has done a good job of fending off larger rivals, as its revenue and cash-flow growth makes clear.
There are tons of things trying to grab the attention of investors right now from the Facebook data debacle to the Federal Reserve's latest meeting. Stay focused out there bulls and bears.
Stocks finished lower on Wednesday after the first interest rate decision from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Amid Salesforce's move to acquire Mulesoft for $6.5 billion, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said all of Marc Benioff's (Salesforce CEO) acquisitions over the last five years have been fabulous.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed on Wednesday as Wall Street preps for the first interest rate decision from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
As Jerome Powell prepares to take the bat at 2 p.m. today, here are the other stories you need to prep for a snowy day on Wall Street.
The two companies expect to join forces in the cloud.
MuleSoft provides one of the world's leading platforms for building application networks that connect enterprise apps, data and devices, across any cloud and on-premise
The Dow jumped on Tuesday amid sharp declines for Facebook and Oracle.
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