After the Bell
Before the Bell
Jim Cramer's Daily Booyah
Winners & Losers
These days, everybody wants to 'Uberfy' everything from groceries to TV installation. But for many markets, 'Uberfication' presents a fatal flaw: the elimination of consumer choice.
Eight other companies tried to nab OpenTable in June besides the eventual buyer Priceline. One might have been Yahoo!, who could have been willing to pay $2.25 billion in cash.
Good things that aren't supposed to happen seem to be a daily occurrence in our stock market and that's making for a lot of lucky shareholders.
Great brands stand the test of time and are almost immune to competition, making them worthy of their higher multiples, Cramer says.
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