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Roku CEO Anthony Wood weighs in on the business of on-demand streaming services, and Roku's strategy moving forward.
The stocks that stand to do well under a Hillary Clinton presidency surged ahead of the first presidential debate on Monday.
I expect the volatility to continue after earnings.
The company has announced a goal of 50% original content, and that is good news for investors.
Focus on finding stocks of high-quality companies at good prices, Cramer advises.
Nasdaq breaks out of its 14-month trendline of rising highs.
RBC Capital Markets Mark Mahaney explained his 'outperform' rating, and $130 price target on Netflix (NFLX).
An underwhelming conference presentation and M Science report were pulling down Netflix shares.
Stocks extend gains after the Federal Reserve opts to leave interest rates at crises levels for another month.
Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.
CarMax shares slide as showroom turnout seems to be falling in tandem with loan quality.
Lyft co-founder and President John Zimmer discussed the potential sale of the company, the future of the ride sharing business and competition with Uber.
Netflix (NFLX) stock was trading lower Wednesday morning as M Science said that the company might add zero paid U.S. subscribers in the third quarter.
The streaming leader is directing more of its spending towards original content, and its size is making the media industry uneasy. Amazon, HBO and Hulu should look to take advantage.
The number of people terminating their pay-TV contract is increasing, especially among young people.
Netflix (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings said the company still hasn't been able to enter the Chinese market as it must obtain a government license.
The company has more issues, although the drone looks cool.
The pure-play streaming music companies are finding new ways to gain market share and dollars as the war over the streaming music business continues to heat up.
Comcast plans to debut a wireless offering in mid-2017, signaling the potential for stepped-up competition for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
New drone looks cool, but that can't mask company's larger issues.
The setup seen today in these four stocks can be found among many other equities.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in about what's next for Netflix shares.
Last week was not a great one for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, or for the stocks that might benefit from her presidency.
Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google (now Alphabet) have been rising, in defiance of market volatility. This trend appears set to continue in the week ahead.
Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) has filed a lawsuit against Netflix (NFLX) for hiring two of its employees while they were still under contract with Fox.
Cramer says you should gamble on the casino stocks, particularly Wynn Resorts.
Apple stock has jumped 21% since May when Cramer said buy at $93. Did you listen?