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The software giant's cloud momentum remains strong, and its traditional software sales aren't declining as much as they did before.
Growth is crushing value, says Jim Cramer, and the dynamic is more pronounced in individual sectors.
Already a big provider of cloud infrastructure services and developer tools, Amazon now seems intent on being a major seller of cloud business apps.
Analysts, out of their foxholes, can do a lot of damage to bears looking for new homes.
Comey's testimony? U.K. elections? Eurozone news? These can be new buying opportunities, says Jim Cramer.
After tech and financials, the gigantic health care and retail industries are discovering the cloud.
Cramer shares his views on how some stocks are the victims of the current 'craziness,' while others are mistaken for chopped liver.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
Goose Holdings is scaling higher and Workday has found a way to kick up its revenue growth, Cramer said.
Some markets and investing takeaways from TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was pleased with Workday's quarterly results.
Aneel Bhusri, co-founder and CEO of Workday, tells Jim Cramer that artificial intelligence and machine learning are an important part of the company platform.
Jim Cramer says a market without breadth is a market not to be trusted.
We have worsening conditions in at least two districts, and a complete lack of progress in perhaps the most important one.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open with slight gains on Thursday, rebounding from losses in the previous session.
After talking to cloud users, one Wall Street firm boosts its price target.
The May jobs report headlines a quieter week as investors look for confirmation the Federal Reserve will raise rates in the coming month.
Jim Cramer says it's more than just the cloud. There are some astounding moves in the broader tech sector, too.
Stocks race higher just like the winner of Saturday's Preakness.
Bill Sandbrook, president and CEO of U.S. Concrete, tells Jim Cramer his company knows America's growing.
Money managers are piling back into growth stocks without hesitation, says Jim Cramer.
Microsoft and SAP are seeing solid growth for their rival database products, and cloud providers have rolled out impressive managed database services.
This should liberate the company toward making an acquisition.