Jim Cramer’s right-hand researcher Nicole Urken takes a look at specialty retail and beyond.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Apple is in the "early stage of testing" its own television set, according to a report.
Futures were higher Wednesday, as investors anticipated the Fed to announce a new stimulus plan to bolster the economy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Where are employees most satisfied in their jobs? Beer tasters at Sam Adams? Photographers at Playboy? Shoppers for Saks? Mickey at Disneyland? No, Facebook.
Facebook announced two very different pieces of news on Tuesday--it's taking away users' votes on how the company shares data and it's expanding its gift tool.
Stocks finished in positive territory Tuesday, but off their session highs after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid threw cold water on the ongoing "fiscal cliff" negotiations.
Here are some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Americans are shelling out big bucks to outfit their household with Apple products.
Taking a technical look at the charts of Apple and Microsoft, with Tom McClellan, The McClellan Market Report editor, and CNBC's Gary Kaminsky.
Under a new deal, Disney will provide first-run motion pictures to Netflix. Here's why it sounds like a terrible idea. TheStreet.com reports.
McDonald's posted better-than-expected sales results but the headlines do not tell the whole story.
Wi-LAN has filed a lawsuit against Research In Motion for infringing on a patent that relates to Bluetooth technology.
A new travel app aims to make navigating crowded airports more helpful.
Discussing the top 5 CEOs most likely to be fired next year, with Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com social media director and writer. "Steve Jobs was the retail architect," he says.
Yahoo Mail Just got a major upgrade.
The $16 billion Facebook share offering made the U.S. the biggest global market for initial public offerings (IPOs) for the first time since 2008 this year, according to figures from Dealogic.
Texas Instruments on Monday cut its earnings target for the fourth quarter.
With shares down 20% in 3 months and marching lower by the day, Jim Cramer explains exactly when he thinks the weakness in Apple will finally end?