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China To Curb 'chaos' In Semiconductor Industry And Hold Bosses Accountable For Risky, Loss-making Projects

Chip Shortage to Cost Auto Industry $210 Billion, Report Says

AlixPartners says 'there’s no room for error for automakers and suppliers right now' due to the chip shortage.

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Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Southwest, Disney, FedEx

Jim Cramer says that as fears over the economy and Evergrande have eased, the only thing left to fear right now is COVID.

New York Stock Exchange Traders Lead

Don’t Try To Time The Market. Just Don’t.

Real Money's Paul Price says market timing is the 'Great Myth,' the white whale of investing.

Cisco Lead

Jim Cramer Talks Supply Disruptions With Cisco's CEO

Network equipment maker faces challenges with memory and other inputs.

Altice Pivots From M&A With U.S. Spinoff

Altice May Lose 15k-20k Internet Customers This Quarter

Altice CEO Dexter Goei, whose company offers service under the Optimum brand, called those numbers 'disappointing,' and 'underwhelming.'

Lumber Wood Construction Lead

Jim Cramer Talks Housing With Builders FirstSource

CEO of building supplier says it's still seeing supply chain challenges.

Jim Cramer Reveals What to Watch in Costco's Earnings

Costco Climbs on Earnings Beat, Revenue Rises Double Digits

Costco also reported a nearly 10% year over year increase in same store sales in the fourth quarter.

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A Small-Cap Play on the California Drought

Real Money's Jonathan Heller has a water-rights company pick for investors with a lot of patience

Nike

Nike Stock Slides On Q1 Sales Miss, Lower 2022 Revenue Forecast, Amid Supply Chain Hit

Nike's cut its full year sales forecast after missing Wall Street forecasts for first quarter revenues owing to the impact of supply chain disruptions in key manufacturing hubs.