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Cramer shares his views on how to handle hot semiconductor stocks and discusses a monster ETF.
Whole Foods may look drastically different in the future.
The indices are rolling over with more vigor as the morning progresses, which illustrates why there is a hesitancy with new buys.
Adobe reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
One analyst breaks it all down.
Whole Foods shares have traded above the $42 deal price in anticipation of a rival offer.
Jim Cramer discusses not discussing the 'market' and also suggests a Darth Vader-Amazon meeting.
Shares of Whole Foods were moving lower on the news during after-hours trading on Friday.
The agency faces a July 7 deadline but the two sitting commissioners are expected to want the decision before the July 4 holiday.
CEO Steven Temares said 80-100 stores are up for lease renewal soon and might be considered for closing.
Here's what the FTC is examining now.
After a 10-year hiatus, Oreo O's are now available in Walmart stores for the 'foreseeable future.'
Jim Cramer doesn't buy the backlash against Amazon. He says Prime is a very powerful tool and an irresistible bargain.
Walmart could be drawn to the grocery chain's wealthier customer base and strong brands.
Tech and telecom chieftains brought their own agendas, however.
Kroger is 'glad' Lidl is finally here.
Walmart is inviting more than 500 businesses from across the nation to present their Made in the USA products June 28 to the world's largest retailer in Bentonville, Ark.
There are a few examples of anti-Amazon backlash, Jim Cramer says.
JD.com and Alibaba have both invested heavily in offline brick and mortar stores.
The firm has a $56 price target on the company.
Walmart uses Amazon competitor Microsoft for its own cloud services needs.
Amazon, Microsoft and Google are so big and in so many businesses that they are difficult to avoid.
Amazon Web Services is the market leader in cloud service rentals.
The FTC is concerned that the Walgreens and Rite Aid deal would result in higher drug prices for consumers.