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The week's top business news and investment advice, including how to trade Europe, US financials, HP's sharp drop and the run-up in gold.
Hewlett-Packard's decision to surrender in smartphones and tablet computers and possibly get rid of its personal computer business underscores how Apple has transformed consumer electronics in just four years.
Ann and David Le Breton preside over Edgartown Books, a thirty-year old shop in a restored whaling captain's home on Martha's Vineyard. The pair have once again put together a summer reading for President Obama and the First Family to enjoy over the summer vacation.
The broader the brand values, the more scope there is for growth, says Chief Marketing Officer Naomi Troni.
Discussing whether a case can be made for valuation to buy into the computer maker, with Brian Marshall, Gleacher & Company.
After Thursday's brutal 420-point drop, Cramer offers some market wisdom.
Apple’s sales in greater China have for the first time overtaken those of Lenovo, the world’s third-biggest personal computer maker by shipment volume, results from the two companies confirm. The FT reports.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The "Mad Money" host takes a hard look at the state of the U.S. economy.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer helps you make sense of the market's erratic behavior, and whether the country is headed for another recession.
There was a curious bit of downtime on the Apple Store this morning, and perhaps now we see why.
During the past month, investors have overreacted to the downside in their trading of the financial sector, and now is the time to buy, says Robert Albertson, chief strategist at Sandler O'Neill.
Strategic investor Doug Kass tells us he thinks banks can rally a quick 10-15 percent. The selling is overdone, he says. Has fear trumped fundamentals in the market?
Dell is trading sharply lower after reporting disappointing top line growth and slashing its revenue forecast for the year. The tech firm now sees full-year sales growth of just 1%-5%, down from its prior forecast of 5%-9% growth.
Does Google's $12.5 billion dollar purchase of Motorola Mobility signal the beginning of ferocious, no-holds barred, patent wars?
"The only thing I can think is that this isn't a good read for Hewlett-Packard ," says Fast trader Karen Finerman as she parsed through the latest results from Dell.
Sony is cutting the price of its basic PlayStation 3 gaming console by nearly a fifth in the U.S., hoping to jump-start sales of a device losing ground to Microsoft Corp's Xbox.
They say nice guys finish last and, despite your mom’s protests, that may actually be true. That jerk at work may be getting paid more than you.
Dell is scheduled to report its quarterly earnings after Tuesday's closing bell, but is its stock worth a buy?
Will a flattening of the yield curve on U.S. Treasurys give a boost to oil prices? In some respects, it already has.