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Some investors are concerned about Jack Dorsey splitting his time between running Twitter (TWTR) and Square (SQ).
Stocks return to the red on Tuesday morning as a sales warning from Under Armour drags on other apparel stocks.
Twitter (TWTR) might announce job cuts as soon as this week.
U.S. stock futures are rising ahead of earnings from Apple, General Motors and Under Armour; Netflix CEO Reed Hastings offers his qualified support of AT&T's deal to buy Time Warner.
DuPont earnings came in at 34 cents a share versus 21 cents a share expected.
Twitter (TWTR) needs to start charging for its services if it wants to survive, LMM Chief Investment Officer Bill Miller said.
The digital advertising world is dominated by Facebook & Alphabet. When Alphabet reports third-quarter results, investors will be looking to see which side is winning the fight.
Cramer shares his views on the unkillable market. Schlumberger, Walgreens and Delta Airlines are among the stocks discussed.
For the week of October 24, investors await quarterly results from a slew of major companies, including Apple, along with the first estimate of third quarter GDP.
Wall Street enters the thick of earnings reporting in week three of the season with heavyweights Apple and Alphabet on tap.
Here's your 'silver linings playbook' for what promises to be a nerve-wracking week of unpredictable politics, mixed corporate earnings and volatile energy prices.
M&A may dominate headlines, but investors need to watch earnings as well, says Jim Cramer.
The internet saw a wide scale attack levied at a number of different companies on Friday. Is more to come?
Japan-based Softbank (SFTBY) is reportedly considering making a bid for Twitter (TWTR).
This social-media company is still troubled, and its shares have dropped 30% in less than two weeks.
Twitter (TWT) could face a major restructuring and job cuts amid waning takeover speculation.
Bad hombres and nasty ladies fueled the spirited political debate on social media.
Jim Cramer looks at R.R. Donnelley's breakup and Salesforce.com's shopping list.
The market's getting nervous about the prospect of a Democratic landslide, says Jim Cramer.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
An engaged shareholder needs to go to Twitter and tell it to re-brand itself as more than a platform for news, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
ServiceNow, Tableau, Pegasystems and other enterprise software groups made Salesforce's list, while Twitter was conspicuously absent.
The Law Offices of Vincent Wong announce that a class action lawsuit has been commenced in the USDC for the Northern District of California on behalf of investors who purchased Twitter, Inc.
The names in Salesforce.com's leaked list of potential takeout targets have been kicked around for a long time, so don't get too excited about it, says Jim Cramer.