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Attacking Big Pharma price gougers may be all that unifies the candidates ahead of tonight's debate.
Jim Cramer shares his views on OPEC, luxury brands and tech.
Jim Cramer shares his views on why the market is hated and oil charades from the producing nations.
Doug Kass shares his views on Twitter, Apple and Nike.
Doug Kass shares his views on the stock market and prices.
The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.
Consumer spending will be one factor in boosting China's economy.
This week Doug Kass blogged on current market conditions and why Disney is more optimistic about China and sports programming than most investors are.
In this weeks blogs Cramer talks about Amazon should run a stock market, the profits one can get looking down the road and how American Airlines is being victimized.
For all the oil bulls in the market, here are the U.S. drillers ready to take off.
It's almost as if Target has gone totally risk-averse on the web.
The REIT could find out very quickly that being shackled to a troubled Sears is not without serious downside.
The SEC alleged Wednesday that Cooperman 'generated significant illegal profits' by trading in Atlas Pipeline Partners.
It may not be possible for Valeant to wind down its massive debt as quickly as expected, say Deutsche Bank analysts.
Which is worse, a credit downgrade or being cut by Carl Icahn? Chesapeake got both.
The company has more issues, although the drone looks cool.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the Apocalypse. Apple, Apogee and Amazon are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on what goes on his best ideas list and what's still moving down.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Wells Fargo and Warren Buffett.
Jim Cramer shares his views on weak retail sales numbers and data. Apple, NXP Semi and Amazon are among the stocks discussed.
More than half of initial iPhone 7 orders may be for the costlier iPhone 7-Plus. That more than offsets slight price pressure from Apple's storage capacity hikes.
Jim Cramer ponders how bad it has gotten for the banks and examines the hype surrounding Oracle.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about underlying risks in speculative biotechs and how Donald Trump's voice makes bonds slide.
Apple bulls are back in the saddle and the lines for the new iPhone 7 are around the block.
Apache may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.