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Stocks rallied Monday as convicted Ponzi swindler Bernie Madoff received the maximum sentence and oil topped $71 a barrel. Plus, there was some window dressing as Tuesday marks the end of the second quarter.
Yes, it's totally gruesome to think about how Michael Jackson's estate and others will benefit from the King of Pop's death, but it's inevitable.
The time has come for Jobs to step up, and step out from the shadows. If he's back, really back, he owes this to the millions who care.
It appears the sentencing of Bernard Madoff has restored at least some investor confidence to a nervous market. Should you play it for a relief rally?
Lack of influence in Washington is hurting this sector.
The Mad Money host highlights the trends that he thinks will dominate the third and fourth quarters.
As the world mourns Michael Jackson, the Fast Money team remembers the King of Pop as a businessman.
The web has become much more than merely a place to post feelings; it's an international global marketplace, and with social networking one of the hottest things going, we're seeing a convergence of financial and personal exchanges on an incredible level in the wake of Michael Jackson's death.
There's no question Palm's quarterly report surprised investors by beating the Street. With expectations already so high, you'd have thought Palm shares were already priced to perfection.
Don’t let a better-than-expected quarter fool you, Cramer says. It isn’t always a reason to buy.
Put simply, don’t believe everything you hear. This is how it applies to stocks.
Desperate times have led to desperate measures in New York City: Barclays has bought the naming rights to a bustling subway station in Brooklyn. The escalating corporatization of the city has led some New York Yorkers to wonder where it will end — when the Big Apple becomes the Big iPod?!
Download the full transcript of Warren Buffett's headline-generating live interview on June 24, 2009 with CNBC's Becky Quick.
Recessions are like a 12-step program: First you're shocked. Then you panic. But now that we're in the seventh inning, we're starting to loosen up a little. We're putting the fun back in "FUNemployment." Click here to check out some of the fun, new recession buzzwords.
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It seems oil prices have been flipping and flopping like a fish out of water. Where are they really heading?
A Memphis hospital confirmed on Tuesday that Apple founder Steve Jobs received a liver. What must you know?
It was extraordinary enough that Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee released a statement last night confirming that Apple CEO Steve Jobs had a liver transplant, and the circumstances surrounding how he secured the procedure.
Warren Buffett appeared live on CNBC with Becky Quick today, Wednesday, June 24, 2009. Buffett told us the economy is in a "shambles" with no signs of a recovery anytime soon. He also criticized Apple for not disclosing earlier that CEO Steve Jobs had received a liver transplant. This is a transcript of their conversation.
In a live interview on CNBC today, Warren Buffett said there has been little progress over the past few months in the "economic war" being fought by the country. "We haven't got the economy moving yet."