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Apple has more cash than any other company in the world, but it has not made any big investments since its $3 billion acquisition of Beats by Dre in 2014.
Cramer says he doesn't understand the obsession some investors have with the Federal Reserve. Forget the Fed.
As earnings wind down, focus is drawn to the Fed and oil. The portfolio adds a new name.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
New leadership should help accelerate the company's progress and expansion of its multiple.
The S&P 500 closed just three points from its record high set Monday as a crude oil rally distracted Wall Street from uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's rate hike plans.
Stocks fluctuate on Thursday as lingering concerns about the Federal Reserve and its divided opinions on interest rates counter another rally in crude prices.
Soft capital spending from telcos weighed on Cisco's router sales and order growth. Many peers are facing similar challenges.
Deere has finished in the red in 8 of its last 10 quarterly reports.
Shares of the tech giant were down after announcing cuts to about 5,500 jobs.
Cisco is in transition mode, with new cost cuts and layoffs.
Why did Walmart do better than Target this quarter? Among the many reasons is paying employees enough to keep them, says Cramer.
Stocks post slight gains on Thursday as another rally in crude oil overshadows lingering concerns over the Federal Reserve 's divided opinions on interest rates.
Cisco (CSCO) CEO Chuck Robbins joined Thursday morning's CNBC 'Squawk on the Street' to comment on the company's fiscal fourth quarter earnings results and its decision to cut jobs.
U.S. stocks slipped Thursday as investors analyze quarterly results from Walmart and Cisco.
MKM Partners lowered its 2017 revenue guidance for Cisco (CSCO) but said the stock's multiple could increase in the near-term.
The IT giant reported a modest earnings beat and a significant restructuring that will include the elimination of 5,500 jobs.
Cisco (CSCO) CEO Chuck Robbins denied reports that the company leaked the announcement of 5,500 jobs cuts.
It means lower turnover, less spending on training and improved productivity.
Stock futures are little changed Thursday as investors digest earnings from the likes of Walmart and Cisco.
Walmart shares were climbing following its better-than-expected quarterly results.
Cisco is cutting jobs as it transitions from hardware to software.
Cisco slips in premarket trading after topping analysts' profit and sales forecasts, and saying it would cut 5,500 jobs; U.S. futures are mixed; Walmart and Gap to report results.