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Gadgets and cars are two products that seem to be growing in every country of the world, making earnings reports from Apple and Ford Motor critical to watch in the coming week.
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Apple will report earnings after tomorrow's closing bell. Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities sr. analyst, weighs in on Tim Cook: "He's not Steve Jobs, but nobody is."
Two stocks hitting all-time highs heading into earning, and two semi-bearish trades. But that’s where the similarities end from last Friday’s Options Action.
RIM's falling stock shows that investors are realizing "this is a bit of shuffling the chairs on the Titanic," Robert W. Baird senior analyst William Power told CNBC Monday, the day the company announced changes in the C-Suite.
What the "Mad Money" host expects of DuPont, Kimberly-Clark, McDonald's and Apple.
Since Ron Johnson joined JCPenney, the stock has received a free pass. JCP shares are actually up 11 percent despite continuing disappointments. But after all, if anyone can revive a tired retailer, the man who created the Apple retail experience should be the one.
Research in Motion stock is down on news that the company's co-CEOs are stepping down. Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee senior technology analyst, discusses the stock's movement.
As Thorsten Heins steps up to the plate at Research in Motion, many investors question who he is and whether he can bring the troubled company back to the top, with Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management.
When I named Research in Motion co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie worst CEOs of the year, the flipside wasn’t "If they would only leave the company would improve."
Apple once bragged that its products were made in America. But it has since moved most its massive manufacturing operation overseas, raising questions about what corporate America owes Americans.
The "Mad Money" host goes through what earnings reports he plans to monitor next week.
The Fed gets top billing in the week ahead, but barring any surprises, the steady wave of corporate earnings reports and important economic data could deliver more immediate, concrete information for stocks.
Stocks ended mixed in a quiet session Friday as investors were reluctant to jump in ahead of a weekend and after a handful of weak earnings reports weighed on sentiment. Despite the lackluster session, stocks still capped a strong finish for the week, with all three major averages adding almost two percent each.
If one technology strategist is correct, IBM, Intel and Microsoft will be the leaders of a new economy 10 years from now.
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US stock index futures turned lower Friday as investors kept a close watch on Greece as the debt-ridden nation remains in talks with private creditors over a haircut on some of its bonds and after GE's revenue missed forecast.
We really are in a new economy, says Mark Stahlman, TMT Strategies, who says Microsoft, IBM and Intel earnings beating the Street displays leadership in a digital age.
The software giant reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue that met forecasts on Thursday, sending its shares higher in extended trading.
Intel reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, sending its shares higher in after-hours trading on Thursday.