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During a busy week of earnings, we trimmed 3 positions and added to another.
It was an eventful week. Here's how it shook out in pictures.
Disney ties at Silverado Vineyards have allowed for all kinds of enchanted vintages.
About six months ago Twitter was said to have a number of suitors -- where did they all go?
Disney's ESPN is laying off around 100 employees.
True driving force behind this market remains earnings, says Jim Cramer, but don't ignore the impact of tax reform -- if it happens.
In light of subscriber declines and changing viewer habits, the sports giant is laying off about 100 on-air commentators, producers and writers.
A lot of people are confusing the prices on our screen with what happens in Washington.
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club has announced the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 Expo 2017, July 14-16.
Alphabet and Amazon both are about to report results, and recent news could impact Disney and International Flavors & Fragrances.
Star Wars: Episode IX is set to be released in 2019.
With its stock trading at lofty levels, arrangements like Netflix's licensing deal for originals in China will help it create valuable new revenue streams.
Disney's 2013 hit "Frozen" grossed $1.3 billion at the box office, and almost as much in licensing merchandise, according to Forbes.
The first 'Descendants' film ranked as the fifth most-watched cable TV movie when it came out two years ago.
The telecom giant's highest-ever leverage ratio could complicate its efforts to make acquisitions, MoffettNathanson says.
Whether you loved the original or not, these sequels are making their way to a theater near you.
AT&T's DirecTV Now is the company's big bet that internet pay-TV can offset accelerating declines in traditional cable and satellite. On Tuesday, we'll get a peak into how its going.
A bearish engulfing candle and the technical indicators suggest the uptrend is at an end.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner tells Jim Cramer about new gaming crate subscription service.
Jim Cramer says a rally on French election results is fine, but don't forget great U.S. corporate earnings and merger activity.
The CEO of the cable network owner made either $37.2 million or $44.7 million in 2016, depending on what's counted, which is still down sharply from $156.1 million in 2014.
Cramer shares his views on the preponderance of evidence, and suggests having faith in interational strength.
Netflix projects it will pass the 100 subscriber mark this weekend; no other rival in the space is even close.
As Trump targets the controversial visas, a Silicon Valley pro-immigration group suggests that reforms should include cracking down on outsourcing companies.
A new study by Equilar finds that women who lead the largest U.S. firms far outpace their male counterparts when it comes to total compensation.
Buying a company like Disney would give Verizon a Magic Kingdom of content studios, cable networks, theme parks and merchandising. But it would not solve the problems facing wireless.
Trifecta Stocks closed one position and added to another as we head into the heart of earnings season.
Comic book movies, sequels and animated films are expected to be the biggest hits at the box office this year. TheStreet has compiled 10 of the biggest movies of 2017.