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Jim Cramer takes a look at IBM, Kimberly-Clark, Alibaba, Guardant Health, Chesapeake Energy, Chipotle Mexican Grill, HCA Healthcare, Lumentum Holdings.
Jim Cramer says there's a lot to like about this market, but he says we can't ignore that it's prone to trade-related woes.
Ride-hailing company Lyft confirms it plans to sell 30.8 million Class A shares in its initial public offering at an expected price of $62 to $68 a share.
Microsoft continues to steadily compound profit and rewarding shareholders. Yet, many investors are not paying enough attention.
Jim Cramer looks at Boeing, Dick's Sporting Goods and more -- and shows investors how to really understand the markets and stock-picking.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Charles Schwab, Invitae, Weibo, Alibaba, Charles River Labs, AeroVironment, Ormat Technologies.
Facebook's next growth driver could be payments, and the road to capturing market share could prove challenging.
Fintech is easily one of the hottest emerging industries, providing consumers and businesses alike with financial technology services. These are some of the top fintech companies in 2019.
Fintech is the term used to refer to innovations in the financial and technology crossover space, and typically refers to companies or services that use technology to provide financial services to businesses or consumers.
NBA China will create content for Alibaba users for the first time.
U.S. investors can benefit from a big change in China's tax policy and other reforms by playing the A-shares in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Several tailwinds could lift Chinese stocks, including a change to MSCI's global stock market index.
Forbes has released its latest list of the richest people, and there are fewer billionaires in the world this year.
Jeff Bezos tops the list as world's richest person.
Qualcomm's legal fight with Apple continues to rage, and the company is also mired in a battle with the FTC that could have big implications for its patent-licensing business.
The two companies say the goal of the partnership is to empower small- and medium-sized U.S. businesses by giving them access to the global market.
Keep an eye on e-commerce as the trade talks with China continue.
Office Depot, Inc. (NASDAQ:ODP), a leading B2B integrated distribution company providing business services and supplies, products and technology solutions, and Alibaba.
Jim Cramer lists the great stocks and the obvious winners he wishes he had talked about more.
Despite a recent rally, China's largest online commerce company presents a mixed picture for investors.
JD.com posts a fourth-quarter but tops sales forecasts as customer accounts on the China-focused online retailer backed by Walmart and Alphabet rise past 300 million.
And why I won't recommend any other stocks in these markets, right now.
Jim Cramer says the fact that Fed Chair Jay Powell knows that things are slowing down may be the best thing this market has going for it.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Dropbox, Kinder Morgan, Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis, AeroVironment, iQIYI and more.
Apple is teaming up with Alibaba to offer interest-free financing to Chinese iPhone buyers. More promotional tactics could come as Apple aims to rev up sales in China.
Baidu shares traded lower Friday after the China-focused search engine operator posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings and held to its near-term revenue guidance despite the broader slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
After many years of trying to compete in China, Amazon is reportedly in talks to merge its Chinese operations with those of a bigger local player.
Walmart's widening focus across the globe necessitates a widened focus from investors.
The social network continues to grow rapidly and its stock is dramatically overvalued.
China isn't the world's factory anymore. It's the world's biggest shopfront, and Japanese retailers are out-hustling their U.S. rivals in selling into those 'shops.'
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