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Updates and possible moves on recent trades after yesterday's selloff.
M&A deals in the semiconductor industry totaled more than $98 billion in 2016, but analysts say this year could be even more ripe for consolidation, especially for self-driving car technology.
The chipmakers' 3D XPoint next-gen memory offers a middle ground between expensive DRAM and relatively slow NAND flash memory. It's great for games, analytics and possibly more.
Biotech companies show more energy than the rest of the market Monday.
Cramer shares his views on how the market had a slow, pre-Trump kind of day, and also discusses the next step in Adobe's tech surge.
Cramer shares his views on a hidden recovery in consumer spending, and also discusses how Intel is back.
Buying Mobileye allows Intel to provide end-to-end chip platforms for self-driving systems. But rival offerings are gaining the attention of some of Mobileye's top clients.
Companies like Nvidia, Tesla and Mobileye will likely benefit as the autonomous and electric car revolution continues.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer discusses the hottest stocks of the day on our daily Facebook Live show, airing weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Delta, Barracuda Networks, STMicroelectronics, UnitedHealth Group.
This week the markets fell back on earnings -- like Adobe -- and remained afloat, says Jim Cramer.
Nvidia's been falling off its 2016 high. But can autonomous vehicle technology accelerate this stock?
Today's session is reminiscent of a pre-Trump day.
Consumer spending isn't stalled, says Jim Cramer. Consumers are spending, but they're hiding behind Alexa and their smartphones.
'Why is Silicon Valley So Awful to Women' considers why Silicon Valley continues to treat women unfairly, but also a few of the small pockets of improvement.
Intel's $15.3 billion purchase of Mobileye could just be the beginning
Nvidia is working with PACCAR, a truck manufacturer, to develop the vehicles.
You can throw the Fed's forecasts right out of the window.
When investing in semiconductors you can choose the iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF or stocks among the 30 components, including the five largest: Broadcom, Intel, Qualcomm, NVIDIA and Texas Instruments.
As smart cars get smarter, the industry-leading Mobileye will face more competition from Nvidia.
Intel's hefty $15 billion deal shows that Silicon Valley is willing to spend to enter the driverless car market, and that more M&A could be on the way.
Anyone who can get a piece of this market is going to do incredibly well.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Monday's most talked about stocks.