Mad Money's Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the American energy revolution with Rick Muncrief, WPX Energy president and CEO. Muncrief is confident its oil position will grow.» Read More
The BlackBerry maker's got the momentum, Cramer says. Also, a new spot has opened up on the coveted CEO Wall of Shame.
Lehman Brothers posted a quarterly loss of $2.8 billion, but analysts focused on the potential for future write-downs at the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank.
Microsoft sought on Friday to enlist support for its opposition to a new advertising collaboration deal between Google and Yahoo, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Microsoft is still open to negotiating with Yahoo after offering $1 billion in cash to buy its search business in a deal that would have delivered $1 billion in additional annual operating income to Yahoo.
Cramer's Zen-like willingness to say "I don't know" is part of what makes Mad Money so great.
It never ceases to amaze me who reads Pharma's Market. Like the Stanford University professor who wrote to set the record straight regarding my coverage from ASCO of the brain cancer vaccine from Pfizer and Avant.
CEO Michael Ward still has some fight in him yet.
And that's just a part of this oil-and-gas driller's business.
Google announced a non-exclusive advertising services agreement with Yahoo, only hours after a decision by Microsoft to walk away from talks to acquire Yahoo.
In a blow to Citigroup Chief Executive Vikram Pandit, the bank plans to close a hedge fund he co-founded and will buy what is left of its assets, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Why invest in the U.S. when your own country has better stocks?
Media and merchandising company Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said its chief executive, Susan Lyne, has stepped down after four years in the post.
First, last Friday, Novo Nordisk put out a press release saying preliminary data show its drug works better than Byetta. And then, yesterday an analyst downgraded the stock just ahead of the company's long anticipated release of long-term results on its once-a-week version of Byetta.
Foster's Group, an Australian alcoholic drinks group, on Tuesday revised down its forecast for earnings per share growth in fiscal 2008 and said Chief Executive Trevor O'Hoy had resigned.
Insulation, roofing, fiberglass – who said there was just one way to make money?
Carl Icahn Monday fired off another letter savaging the board and management of Yahoo for failing in its growth plan, the latest volley in an escalating proxy battle the billionaire investor has staged at the Internet company.
Lehman Brothers, which is seeking $6 billion in fresh capital to shore up its battered balance sheet, will survive but not make a lot of money, a well-known Wall Street banking analyst said Monday.
With oil surging to $138.54 and being projected by some to hit $150 by July 4, it's putting immediate pressure on automakers to adjust production and push small cars and crossovers while pulling back on trucks and SUVs. On paper, this shift seems simple enough. In reality, it's not so easy.
Some may point to how RBS has stronger risk management than rivals, but the problem for many shareholders is the lack of oversight over CEO Fred Goodwin.
With 70% of revenues expected from overseas, it's no wonder Cramer says this stock could double.