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Jim Cramer sees the possibility of growth for Norfolk Southern and Snap-On.
Strong demand drives results and gains for Boeing, Akamai and others.
Oracle (ORCL) agreed to buy NetSuite (N) in July for $109 per share in cash.
Jim Cramer says analysts ganged up on Apple during Tuesday evening's conference call following the release of its earnings report.
A series of questions denigrated an amazing company.
Fight the urge to get in while it's hot. Long-term owners should consider locking in gains.
Stocks that would perform under a Donald Trump presidency have surged in recent days, even as the candidate's poll numbers have continued to decline.
Cramer shares his views on the unkillable market. Schlumberger, Walgreens and Delta Airlines are among the stocks discussed.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has gone off the rails in recent days, and Trump-friendly stocks aren't doing much better.
The stock appears to be teetering on the last remnants of support to avoid seeing red.
Financial sponsors are steadily taking a stake in publicly traded companies as they look for creative, sustainable ways to make investments.
Strong demand for SAP S/4Hana software propels third-quarter revenue above forecasts and prompts the German group to lift its full-year profit estimate..
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
ServiceNow, Tableau, Pegasystems and other enterprise software groups made Salesforce's list, while Twitter was conspicuously absent.
Big Blue's latest earnings report isn't as strong as it appears at first glance, and raises fresh questions about its ability to grow profits over the long run.
Bankers with the most deal volume in the third quarter varied across sectors, from regional banks to energy.
Wachtell Lipton and Wilson Sonsini have big third quarters in tech, while Jones Day's Daniel Mitz lands two large chip deals.
Shares of Oracle are testing a major support area. Here's how to trade this software giant.
The days leading up to this weekend's high-drama events, the stocks that stand to do well with Donald Trump in the White House tumbled.
Verizon's working with drone companies and Facebook's got a new app.
Oracle (ORCL) said it will cancel its $9.3 billion bid for NetSuite (N) if shareholders don't tender the necessary shares.
The software maker has been turning to deal-making to expand its platform offerings.
Qualcomm's interest in the chipmaker has caused NXP's stock to surge, but chances of it receiving an even sweeter offer are high.
New Oracle Global Engagement Study states that digital technology, leadership and company values rank among top distinguishers for employee success
Last week was rough for Donald Trump. The stocks that stand to do well should he win the White House, however, remained relatively unchanged.