Mad Money host Jim Cramer says Apple might end up being one of the best places to be going into the homestretch.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says smart money is jealous of "dumb money" because they are buying stocks that seemingly continue to go higher.
CEO of Rangold Resources Dr. Mark Bristow attributes success today because of what Rangold has done in the past. What we do today is going to position us for the future, he says.
James Hughes, CEO of First Solar, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer they've always had a solid North America business and expect to see an international uptick with its global sales force.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how a bull market really works. One definition of a bull market often forgot is that everything good can be placed at the foot of the buyer, he adds.
Cramer talks to the movers and shakers of Silicon Valley about the industry and where it's headed.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer breaks down the retail sector from the strongest names to the weakest.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares why it's not too late to add biotech names Gilead, Celgene, Biogen Idec and Regerneron to your positions.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares the game plan for next week including economic data on Wednesday and Black Friday shopping.
Concur Technologies has a travel and expense management software that's growing rapidly. CEO Steve Singh explains how his company is helping to make business travel a better experience.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer weighs in on what he calls the most revolutionary device ever to hit your living room, the Xbox One. He also discusses the irony of Ballmer's poor reputation in spite of the Xbox's success.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer talks about the market surpassing 16,000 the day after the Fed minutes. Why does the market react so badly the day the minutes are announced and rebound the day after? Cramer also offers his bi-partisan take on how to create jobs.
James Park, Fitbit co-founder and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer Fitbit is about competing with yourself, friends, and family in the name of getting healthier. Our devices help you take control of your own health care by using sensors and big data, he adds.
Spirit Airlines is a low-cost airline that runs over 50 aircraft and serves 125 different non-stop markets. Ben Baldanza, Spirit Airlines Inc. president and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer they've built their airline around the idea of having the lowest price possible and do everything they can to keep costs low.
Despite the wave of negativity that swept today's markets following the release of Fed minutes, Mad Money host Jim Cramer still thinks we are in a bull market.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says like many other overvalued stocks, only time will tell if Tesla is a smart pick for investors.
Jeremy Stoppelman, CEO of Yelp, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer we are living in a new world order; customers are going to write reviews one way or another. Stoppleman calls mobile integration fantastic. Often people are looking for reviews while they are on-the-go.
Aneel Bhusri, Workday Inc. chairman, co-founder and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer Workday is still in its early days. The company grew its revenue 70 percent last quarter.
Drew Huston, co-founder and CEO of DropBox, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer DropBox is focused on consumer experience with over 4 million businesses already signed up.
John Donahoe, eBay's president and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer eBay is building out its local footprint to create a seamless customer experience. Donahoe says PayPal will do $20 billion in mobile payments by the end of 2013.