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The broadcaster sold an Olympic record $1.2 billion in advertising even though it saw a 13% decline in ratings from the 2012 London Games.
Here are six reasons why Doug Kass is selling naked October Apple calls.
Rick HIll's strong track record implies that M&A is certainly on the table for the semiconductor company.
China's second-largest insurer plans to allocate billions to international real estate. Here's how it will go about it.
Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying J.C. Penney, and warns of slowing consumer spending.
Cramer shares his views on how to handle Hain-type problems. Valeant, Amazon and Whole Foods are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass also shares his thoughts on 'Peak Hedge Funds' and cautions us all to avoid the brown acid.
Jim Cramer ponders how the playing field is being leveled and how three stocks indicate a change in interest rates.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
Apple's CEO is on a goodwill mission touring China, but can a new research development center help Apple avoid regulatory hurdles?
The company has beat on earnings and revenue yet shares are distinctly unfit.
Some have said the mall is dead. But retailers' results show that only some mall-based retailers are suffering while others thrive.
Craig-Hallum analyst George Sutton has raised his price target on Vonage, which was up about 9% Thursday afternoon.
The mobile-payment firm may have some heavy hitters on its board, but analysts say the corporate setup may not be putting shareholders first.
A recent note from RBC Capital on Gilead gained a lot of attention as well as a pickup in call-option purchases.
Cisco is in transition mode, with new cost cuts and layoffs.
Why did Walmart do better than Target this quarter? Among the many reasons is paying employees enough to keep them, says Cramer.
Urban Outfitters' trendy merchandise and social media presence grab Millennials, and the company's other branches aim to keep them as customers later.
Johnson & Johnson, American Electric Power and Federal Realty say rates are going higher.
In the seesaw life of the struggling drugmaker, Morgan Stanley's bullishness is sending the stock higher.
Oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves, Cramer says.
There are some troubling scenarios possible for Hain Celestial, which has gone from a high flyer to a company announcing accounting problems.
As brick-and-mortar stores such as Macy's leave the mall, restaurant and entertainment companies such as Dave & Buster's move in.
We know, from the number Dick's reported this morning, that a lot of the Sports Authority's sales have gone over to Dick's.