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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.

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Encanto, House of Gucci Lead Hopeful Holiday Movie Theater Resurgence

Ticket sales are strong, if only half of pre-pandemic levels, as fears about the Omicron variant abound.

Jim Cramer: Jack Dorsey Can’t Do Both Jobs

'Teaching Luke How To Use The Force': Twitter Weighs in on Dorsey's Exit

As news broke that Jack Dorsey would be stepping down as CEO of Twitter, the social media platform lit up with both commentary and sarcasm.

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Amazon Predicts It Will Pass UPS and Fedex as Biggest U.S. Shipper

To deal with supply chain disruption, Amazon is using its own trucks and planes and shipping goods to new ports, it said.

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NerdWallet Initiated Buy With $40 Price Target at Bank of America

'[Strong] revenue and margin growth, vertical growth initiatives [and] international expansion' will boost NerdWallet, Bank of America says.

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Breaking News: Stocks End Higher as Biden Says Omicron Response Avoids Lockdowns

Stocks are rising as President Joe Biden says the omicron variant is 'a cause for concern, not a cause for panic.'

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5 Top Decliners for Monday Amid Stock Rally

Stocks rebound from Friday's selloff as markets bet that the Omicron variant may not be as bad as had been originally feared.

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Nearly Two-Thirds of Americans Worried About Their Jobs: Bankrate

A Bankrate survey finds 3 in 5 Americans are concerned about the jobs and income sources.

Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart Are Retail Winners Over Black Friday Weekend -- Moody's Analyst

Black Friday Shoppers Boost Retailers' November Foot Traffic Numbers

November foot traffic rose nearly 260% last Friday, according to data from more than 100 top-tier indoor malls and 100 outdoor shopping centers across the country.