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Cramer reflects on how to avoid becoming Amazon roadkill and also discusses why the Northrop-Orbital deal was more than just synergies.
Amazon continues to crush everyone in retail. That's despite many big names trying to get crafty.
Jim Cramer sees a lot of questionable results after the bell, but the enthusiasm -- and the rally -- just keep going every day.
Kohl's is among the retailers that are figuring out a way.
Celebrates 20th Anniversary on Nasdaq
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Children's Place, Inc. is the #16 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity.
Cramer explains why the analysts on Wall Street have it wrong about Apple's iPhone, and also points out that retail isn't going away, just somewhere new.
Most people who have started in this business in the last 20 years have never seen a market like this.
Don't be distracted and start buying high and selling low, says Jim Cramer. A good example? Don't trade Apple, own it.
Those who can handle one less trip to the mall each month will make it.
A new report from M Science knocked McDonald's stock lower by more than 3% Tuesday. However, the group has been hit-and-miss in the past and investors should take the advice with a grain of salt, Jim Cramer says.
Cramer examines how the secondaries are getting some primary attention and also observes that the market is becoming more discerning.
Geopolitical risk is heating up and investors are feeling it.
Company Has Returned Over $829 Million to Shareholders Since 2009
Jim Cramer says Amazon may be mighty powerful, but the blindsided CEOs at the retail competition are starting to wise up.
Children's Place reports earnings on Wednesday.
Retail is still struggling.
Not every retail company is going to be killed by Amazon.
Children's Place investors should buy half now, half later.
To sell out to Amazon or not to sell out to Amazon.
The Children's Place CEO Jane Elfers has been handed a slew of unwanted jobs at broken companies and successfully turned them around. She is the epitome of Alpha Rising.
Meet the women who are redefining business as usual with TheStreet's Alpha Rising.
CEO Jane Elfers tells us how she is systematically closing stores and pushing to digital.
CEO Jane Elfers has turned The Children's Place into a digital powerhouse in specialty retail.
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