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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has a fan in Kiss legendary front-man Gene Simmons. Here is what Simmons thinks about the controversial Musk.
Rock legend Gene Simmons of Kiss is no stranger to making huge stock market calls. Here's his latest bold prediction.
If current mobile payment trends continue, using physical cash may become a thing of the past explains PayPal CEO Dan Schulman.
Irwin Simon, who is also the CEO, said the producer of organic and vegetarian foods could be sold so it can be taken to the next level.
Rent-a-Center is being shopped. The sale process may finally be coming to an end. Here's what TheStreet knows.
Keynote Speakers Include Paul Singer, Nelson Peltz, Steve Mollenkopf, Jeff Gennette, Ron Shaich, Scott Barshay and more.
Claire Wachter, VP Strategy & Business Development
Even though President Trump touted the success of the stock market in his State of the Union speech on a day when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 363 points, his commentary didn't hurt a 'wounded' market, according to TheStreet's chief executive officer Dave Callaway.
THE DEAL RELEASES FULL YEAR 2017 LEAGUE TABLES
TheStreet, Inc. Announces Initiation of Research Coverage by Northland Capital Markets with an Outperform Rating
BOARDEX EXECUTIVE PROFILES NOW AVAILABLE ON DEALOGIC'S CORTEX PLATFORM
The company is initiating a stock buyback program, will retire its preferred debt and has a new board member.
Thirty years ago on Monday, October 19, 1987 - Black Monday - the stock market tanked. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell over 500 points - a 22% decline.
30 years later, we are looking back at what it was like to live through the tense moments of the Black Monday Crash.
TheStreet looks back at the 1987 Black Monday stock market crash, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 500 points.
Through a combination of stories, videos, graphics and other multimedia elements TheStreet takes a look at the cause of the 1987 stock market crash, looks back at some of the hottest stories of the day and looks forward to what could cause a similar crash in the future.
As part of our Black Monday 30th anniversary series, TheStreet staff recaps their memories of Oct. 19, 1987, the single worst trading day since the Great Depression.
TheStreet earns 1 cent a share in the second quarter.
These stocks have no resemblance to any of the top 10 winners of the turn-of-the-century go around.
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