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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 11/29: Omicron, Amazon, Netflix

Jim Cramer reminds investors that the Omicron Covid variant doesn't pose systemic risks to the markets.

Lululemon Clothes Retail Lead

Lululemon Files Patent Lawsuit Against Peloton

Lululemon seeks injunction in leggings and sports bra design dispute with Peloton.

Jack Dorsey Lead

Jack Dorsey's Net Worth After Twitter Farewell

Twitter's departing CEO has maintained a detached view of his wealth and has donated a lot of it.

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Travel Companies Launch Cyber Week Vacation Sales Amid Omicron Woes

Airlines, cruise lines and other travel companies are throwing down Cyber Week deals in the face of new Omicron worries and travel restrictions.

Goldman Sachs Lead

Goldman Reportedly Offers New Benefits to Soothe Workers

Staffers -- particularly young people -- at Goldman and other top investment banks have complained of overwork recently.

Oil Lead

Oil Will Hit $125 a Barrel in 2022, $150 in 2023: JPMorgan

OPEC production shortfalls will spark the move, J.P. Morgan says. 'OPEC+ is not immune to the impacts of underinvestment.'

Amazon Workers Strike on Prime Day to Protest Working Conditions

New AWS CEO Hints at Plans to Elevate Amazon's Cloud Computing

Amazon is holding its inaugural re:Invent cloud conference this week.

Coronavirus Outbreaks, Poor Vaccine Access, Weak Policy Pushes IMF To Downgrade Global Economic Outlook

BioNTech, Pfizer, J&J and Moderna Developing Omicron Vaccines

Pfizer Expects To Have A New Vaccine Ready In Six Weeks

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang

Jim Cramer Talks With Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang

CEO describes a time when every store and drive-through will have an automated avatar -- powered by its chips -- that doesn't make mistakes.

China's State Media Moves To Reassure Rattled Investors After Rout Wiped US$574 Billion Off Stock Market

Can Nasdaq, S&P 500 Still Hit New All-Time Highs in 2021?

The stock market is technically in one of its most bullish periods of the year, but after Friday's pullback, investors are worried. Here's how to proceed.