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Stocks rallied over 1 percent Tuesday following a handful of economic data that helped boost investor confidence and after China's robust industrial production report.
Futures added to previous gains Tuesday after retail sales fell less than expected in May and producer price index climbed.
Cramer explains why businesses of all kinds live and die by it.
After six weeks of losses, is the stock market at the beginning or at the end of its correction?
After the bell, Hewlett-Packard landed on the trader radar after another major management shakeup at the tech titan.
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Brigham Exploration said last week that harsh weather will harm oil production—but that didn't stop bulls from charging into upside options.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer answers your questions.
Find out Cramer’s calls as he answers his “Mad Mail.”
The week's top business news and investment advice, including cyber security picks and earnings plays, with CNBC's Sue Herera.
Apple is challenging the dominance of department stores, according to The Wall Street Journal. But there are several functions an anchor serves that Apple is unlikely to fill.
Bidders on eBay are offering as much as $2 million for lunch with Warren Buffett. But, would you rather have a Power Lunch with Steve Jobs? Take our poll and share your opinion.
Google's homepage today has an interactive guitar. It comes days after Apple launched its new iCloud. So who's cooler? Take our poll and share your opinion.
As Fusion-io and Taomee made their trading debuts Thursday, investors made it clear—technology is in and Chinese companies are out.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Thursday's Squawk on the Street.
The woes of Nokia, the world’s largest phone maker, took another turn Thursday with the departure of a key executive and further falls in its share price.
Is it possible there may actually be some substance behind the rumors that Apple is looking to partner with Intel?
Jack Tretton, President of Sony Computer Entertainment America, finnaly broke his silence about the recent hacker attack which resulted in the theft of personal information.
Glen Yeung, Citigroup analyst, sheds insight on whether Intel could partner up with Apple. "If Intel were to fabricate something for Apple, it would be on Arm," he says.
With chip stocks driving the S&P for most of the year, what are top pros watching for in the space now?