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Today the Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote in favor of "net neutrality" which will prohibit broadband providers from being the ultimate deciders of their Internet traffic.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Cramer looks at both sides and makes the call.
According to the Fast traders there's every reason to expect the market to continue its march higher into year's end.
Apple will buy Facebook, Congress will block a third round of quantitative easing and the S&P will reach a new all-time high. These are just some of the outrageous predictions for 2011 put forward by Saxo Bank in its annual "Black Swan Exercise."
None of the big firms are following this dividend-paying stock, but Cramer thinks it's worth a look.
Shares of smaller companies are on track to double the return of their bigger peers. But will they remain turbo-charged into 2011?
As 2010 comes to a close, Virtus Investment Partners' Joe Terranova provided his best picks for the new year.
I sat down with Hulu CEO in an exclusive interview and he shared some new stats on Hulu's growth. The streaming video service will generate $260 million in revenues this year.
Alain Ducasse, French celebrity chef, has launched a new iPhone and iPad application serving diners a more customizable taste of his haute gastronomy.
Ahead of its earnings report after the bell, there are two conflicting storylines at Research In Motion.
One of the technology executives arrested Thursday in an insider trading sweep allegedly leaked advanced information about Apple’s iPad and revamped iPhone.
It seems the Street just can't upgrade Apple fast enough. And that might be a big mistake according to Fast trader Steve Cortes!
As seemingly disparate as they may look, Cramer said, they all have one important thing in common.
Nearly half of the 20 CEOs meeting with President Obama Wednesday are from technology and financials services companies, while noticeably absent are big oil and retail and such government-controlled enterprises.
Love your company? Love your boss? Bet you don't love them as much as Facebook employees love their company and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
And two that could outpace the rest, according to a top technician on Wall Street.
There are 52-inch plasmas, iPhones, and there's protection on your money. And if you we're watching Options Action last Friday, you learned how to buy the last item for nearly nothing.
Plus, a call on an Internet company.
This morning I got an interesting reply tweet from a friend: “Can you imagine someone saying in ’07, “In 3 years nobody will care about iPod sales.” And I realized that in some important ways, he has a point. Three years ago, when the iPhone was young, all eyes were on the iPod and the Mac. But here I’d like to make the case that investors should still care quite a bit about iPod sales.