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Jim Cramer and our other experts look at go-to stocks, a cold trade war and chip makers.
One of the Federal Reserve's more vocal members tells TheStreet he is concerned regulators are sowing the seeds of the next financial crisis. Also, PayPal's investor day comments were embraced by the market.
While many traditional enterprise IT giants are contending with weak hardware demand, things look much better for some of their chip and component suppliers.
Innovative flash storage offerings and software that integrates well with public clouds have helped NetApp grow in a challenging environment.
Let's step away from the daily grind and keep in mind the longer term picture for the stock market.
Looking for some stock ideas to start your week? Now is a good time to take a look at what the biggest hedge funds around are trading, and possibly follow their lead.
The market is ready to rally now that the trade war with China has been put on hold. Meanwhile, Warren Buffett should have taken a look at GE.
With the slow summer trading months coming up, investors need to be extra prepared for random volatility spikes. Are you prepared?
'The Power of Google?' More like the power of literally all of the big tech companies. They're all likely monopolies, and it's pretty dense to think otherwise.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
Apple's smart speaker has a long ways to go to catch up to the category leaders.
There are already plenty of monopolies in big tech. Google isn't alone.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, May 18.
In the May Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks tech. Watch now to find out which holdings the AAP team likes, why they think Microsoft is the best of all worlds and the one holding they worry about.
Welcome to the future of healthcare. That future includes the use of AI to improve patient outcomes.
New report outlines how businesses moving from on-premises datacenters to the Microsoft Cloud can achieve sustainable innovation
Let's take a look at some under-the-radar headlines that are worth bringing to attention today.
Bitcoin looks stronger than you may think right now. Here's an in-depth look at what's moving and shaking in the sector.
TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer lets Tesla fanboys on Twitter have it. Meanwhile, Corporate America remains wildly too bullish.
Here's a wrap-up of new investments by the insurgent fund, as well as the latest stakes accumulated by Corvex's Keith Meister and a new investment by Bill Ackman.
The networking giant's results should get a boost from good IT spending trends, software growth and a weak dollar. But telecom and cloud pressures could weigh.
Tencent Holdings smashed analysts' forecasts for its first quarter earnings Wednesday as stronger-than-expected gains in online ad sales boosted the bottom line of Asia's second-largest company.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf is trying to extend the chipmaker's success in the next generation of wireless technology.
Many large businesses are now opting to shut down existing data centers and move their contents to public clouds. Amazon is well-positioned to grab a large portion of these deals.
U.S. chipmakers, telecom equipment firms and intellectual property providers are among those with much to gain from a trade compromise.
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