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- Fiscal fourth quarter revenue grows 29 percent year over year to $658.1 million; fiscal year 2018 revenue grows 29 percent year over year to $2.3 billion
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U.S. stock futures rise slightly as investors brace for a potentially damaging escalation in U.S. and China trade war; the Justice Department is reportedly close to giving the green light to two mega deals in the healthcare sector; CBS and National Amusements are in settlement talks, a report says.
Traders who are long PANW should consider taking some profits and raising sell stop protection to $197.
Jim Cramer takes a look at JetBlue, Southwest, Johnson & Johnson, Aspen Technology, Stratasys, Laredo Petroleum, Lumber Liquidators, and more.
Jim Cramer says some people are worried about tariffs and Turkey, but he's more concerned about spending patterns at home.
It is all about perception, and here are strong names to pick up on market weakness.
All eyes on Apple to swoop in and save the falling tech stock complex. Tesla's earnings on Wednesday will be ugly. McDonald's should just focus on breakfast, not MacCoins.
The tech sector is suffering after trading opens on Monday afternoon.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Illinois Tool Works, Deutsche Bank, ForeScout, Applied Materials, Cardinal Health, Buckeye Partners, Opko Health and more.
Investors have never gone wrong buying Netflix on the dips. Jim Cramer tells you what to make of the 'FANG Musketeers.'
Cybersecurity stocks are worth a look as investors get prepared to navigate the mid-term elections in November.
Jim Cramer says tariff news doesn't really rattle the markets, it moves money from one sector to another. Here's his strategy for navigating this volatility.
Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet and more continue to spend on technology at near-record levels, Goldman Sachs analysts find.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Palo Alto Networks ® (NYSE: PANW) announced today its intention to offer, subject to market conditions and other factors, $1.
Jim Cramer says many stocks already reflect the worst-case scenarios, and that means he sees a lot of upside potential.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Under Armour, Cognex, Novocure, FireEye, Weight Watchers, Bristol-Meyers Squibb and Chegg.
Jim Cramer explains why the fulcrum for the financial markets is growth -- not tariffs, or the Fed, or interest rates.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, June 14.
A simple acknowledgement that something's wrong, and it can't be ignored, is not too much to ask.
Former U.S. intelligence leader Rick Ledgett and cyber diplomat Chris Painter join Public Sector Advisory Council; retired Navy Rear Admiral Mike Brown becomes a strategic adviser
WildFire secures FedRAMP's "In Process" designation and VM-Series virtualized firewall receives key NIST certification
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer's favorite cyber security stocks are Proofpoint, followed by Palo Alto Networks.
Jim Cramer says the tech titans are leading the way, but out side of the tech sector, very few stocks are following.
Jim Cramer sits down with the outgoing and incoming chief executives at Palo Alto Networks.
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