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The cyber outfit launches Helix, a new platform that integrates security apps and devices
Jim Cramer prefers Newell over Berry Plastics and says International Paper is an inexpensive stock with a good yield.
Cramer wonders if this market has gotten too enthusiastic for the Trump agenda.
In a record year for acquisitions, 18 companies from across the spectrum were singled out by M&A professionals for doing deals that got results.
Home Depot (HD) and other home builders are benefiting from the current environment of rising income growth, as well as increasing home prices.
These stocks are showing off short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the Trump world and how large-cap biotechs are doing.
Cramer shares his views on taking risk in retail and why some beats are better. TJX, Starbucks and NXP Semi are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how faster growth won't be easy and how the debt and deficits are out of control.
With office-quality Internet at home, U.S. consumers are no longer waiting until Cyber Monday to do their best online holiday shopping.
People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
A bit of a pullback is expected, but the underlying data are strong.
Following last year's highly successful holiday season, here's how J.C. Penney looks to do even better this time.
Positive results mean a lot for HD and CRBP, says Jim Cramer.
The number and magnitude of earnings surprises has a big impact on the markets, says Jim Cramer.
Some analysts aren't buying the CEO's claims, which he made Thursday after announcing that the highly controversial Tesla-Solar City tie-up had been approved by shareholders of both companies.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on considering the contrary and shorting the Cisco Kid.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on contrariness and his takeaways and observations on the market.
Horizon Pharma is a 'giant headache,' says Jim Cramer; Abbot Labs is OK long term.
Holiday-shortened week holds a feast of earnings reports, says Jim Cramer.
Wall Street advanced in the past week as any remaining uncertainty faded over whether the Federal Reserve would pull the trigger on another rate hike come December.
Wall Street ends Friday with slight losses after a string of earnings disappointments from the retail sector.
As competition climbs and spending slows, security has attracted activists.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as a series of disappointing retail earnings drags on the sector.
Abercrombie and Gap both reported disappointing earnings results, adding to the mixed picture in the retail sector, Cramer said.
Welcome back, stock owners. We've missed you, says Jim Cramer.