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Jim Cramer highlights bank, health-care companies reporting next week and what to watch.
'Shark Tank' investor Robert Herjavec talked about cybersecurity.
As Yahoo! discloses Mayer's planned resignation from the Internet giant's board, here's a look at other female CEOs' mixed results in the tech industry.
Elizabeth Lim, Mergermarket America head research editor, expects further energy consolidation and increased media mergers in 2017.
America Online and Time Warner see the 17-year anniversary of their combination come and go, as both companies are involved in separate merger dramas today.
A scattered day of trading leaves stocks mixed on Tuesday with the Nasdaq enjoying a record close for its third day in a row and the Dow lost ground again.
The college sports website operator has accused its founder of interfering in its auction process.
The ex-Googler brought some cool back to Yahoo!, but ultimately her tenure was defined by Alibaba, acquisitions and activists.
Stocks turn mixed on Tuesday, though the Nasdaq remains on track to set to record a close for its third day in a row.
Impressive move extends big rally off November close to over 9%.
Co-creator of Google Maps Bret Taylor reflected on the legacy of former colleague and Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer.
Despite not being able to turn Yahoo! around, CEO Marissa Mayer will have 'no shortage of opportunities' if she leaves the company, Bloomberg Intelligence senior Internet analyst Paul Sweeney said.
Jim Cramer says it's not yet clear if Verizon will allow AOL to invest what's necessary to make Yahoo! competitive.
Mayer made dozens of high-profile acquisitions like Tumblr and Brightroll.
Yahoo! will rename itself 'Altaba' when the $4.8 billion Verizon deal is complete. The stock has benefited from Alibaba's stunning performance under CEO Jack Ma.
Stocks turn higher Tuesday as crude oil declines and the fourth-quarter earnings season draws closer.
U.S. stocks were mixed Tuesday. Investors are awaiting President-elect Donald Trump's first news conference since the election, which will be held Wednesday.
Stock futures are little changed on Tuesday as investors await news from a press conference Wednesday with President-elect Donald Trump. Oil prices level off.
The all-time highs the index is hitting are not reflecting what is going on in the great bulk of the market.
Confirmation hearings begin today on the team that President-elect Donald Trump has chosen to help him lead the nation.
U.S. stock futures are rising; Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer will leave the board after the sale to Verizon closes; Alphabet's Google unit is reportedly in talks to sell its satellite business.
Marissa Mayer, a somewhat controversial figure at Yahoo!, is stepping down from its board of directors along with co-founder David Filo and others in light of its proposed Verizon sale.
After two massive cyber breaches at Yahoo, Verizon's digital executive Marni Walden says the telecom has to make sure it is not 'jumping off blindly off a cliff.'
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong discussed the current state of Verizon's pending acquisition of Yahoo!.
Why isn't Twitter taking advantage of the publicity from Trump's tweeting? Lerer Hippeau Ventures' Eric Hippeau asks.
Lookout below in Yahoo!'s stock, according to technical analysis.
This chart shows why it is time to get out of the technology stock as soon as possible.
Jim Cramer is in total agreement with the analysts at Citigroup after they upgraded shares of Verizon to buy.