Today's Business News and Opinion
It's unlikely to move the needle very far for Snapchat, but it will give users another reason to stay on the disappearing message app.
Qualcomm is on the hunt for growth.
Here's a look at three big stocks that could turn "toxic" for your portfolio in the near-term.
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.'
The stock has been on fire.
Stocks like AMD and Nvidia are rallying on cryptocurrency demand.
Whole Foods may look drastically different in the future.
Stocks trade higher as crude oil rises after falling earlier in the session.
AMD shares have cooled and were falling slightly in early morning trading Thursday.
All the details.
The agency faces a July 7 deadline but the two sitting commissioners are expected to want the decision before the July 4 holiday.
The answer is to really make the Exchanges the focal point of liquidity for healthcare insurance.
Jim Cramer shares his outlook on Nucor shares.
What you need to know right now.
Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices are benefiting from cryptocurrency.
Caterpillar is linked to oil.
Jim Cramer shares his outlook on Starbucks shares.
The pound has fallen more than 15% against the U.S. dollar since the country voted to leave the European Union
It's a classic example of headline risk on a topic Wall Street would prefer to avoid.
Jim Cramer on Oil, Amazon, Nvidia, Advanced Micro Devices, Bed Bath & Beyond, Mondelez, Citigroup, Starbucks, Caterpillar, Nucor, U.S. Steel and Bitcoin
Jim Cramer on Friday's trending stocks.
That's a lot of money.
The government could cause steel stocks to rally.
Things could get rough for many people.
American Airlines might want to think about making a deal with Qatar Airways, which is battling a blockade by the UAE, home of Emirates and Etihad.
Jim Cramer spoke with Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld on "Mad Money."
Bed Bath & Beyond vs. Amazon
Stocks turn higher as crude oil rises after falling earlier in the session.
The Senate unveiled a health care bill on Thursday.
Not everyone is a loser in the new world of retail.
Total, Lundin and Tullow are Goldman's top picks following the recent selloff in oil stocks.
White House Press Secretary Spicer believes the chances the bill passes in August break are 'very high.'
U.S. oil production is rising.
ORCL shares flew higher after the company reported a blow out quarter and raised guidance.
Analyst Jorge Beristain looks to trade protection measures in an optimistic note.
Credit Suisse is out with a slew of coverage on the homebuilders.
And why was Apple dropping them such a big deal?
Seems a bit extreme.
Even Apple doesn't like to overpay.
The big banks' high scores on the Federal Reserve's stress tests could speed up deregulation out of Washington.
Rio Tinto shares gained in London after Glencore increased its bid for the group's Australia-based coal assets to around $2.6 billion.
Sears U.S. is reportedly closing another 20 stores on top of the 245 it already planned to shutter.
An anonymous whistleblower accused the Indian company of improprieties in acquisitions and executive pay.
The Canadian mobile communications company's enterprise orders shrank over 14% from the last quarter.
The odds of a recession occurring during the next 12 months are nearly nonexistent.
Friday marks one year from the all-important Brexit vote.
Shareholders of the EpiPen maker also re-elected the board at the June 22 annual meeting.
With roughly a billion unique visitors visiting the video streaming platform per day, YouTube has transformed into a global platform.
The company has little need to buy a bricks-and-mortar apparel seller when its online apparel sales are performing so well.
Global demand for luxury goods has been strong.