Why is Apple tanking at 9 times earnings when Amazon at 68 times earnings is marching higher? Cramer explains.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains a tale of two stocks: Apple and Amazon.
Nintendo, the world's leading gaming company by machines sold, said it will post an operating loss for a second straight year as the sales of its Wii U, successor to the 100-million selling Wii, faltered.
Significant hurdles face Research In Motion, newly renamed BlackBerry, Citi analyst Jim Suva says.
Banking analyst Dick Bove may have changed firms but he hasn't altered his rosy view of the banking industry.
The South Street Seaport is recovering three months after Sandy. How some small-business owners are using technology to keep sales ringing.
RIM's Hail Mary pass, its bet-the-farm phone, is finally here. And guess what? It's lovely, fast and efficient, bristling with fresh, useful ideas, says the NYT's David Pogue.
"The report, noisy as it is, may help ease ideas that has surfaced earlier this month that the Fed may look to soon pull back from its asset purchases," said one strategist in response the surprise drop in GDP.
Israel Ganot, Gazelle president, co-founder and CEO, shares his thoughts on why the amount of BlackBerry trade-ins has doubled over the past month.
One Street.com reporter thinks that Google is priced to perfection but notes that perfection does not exist.
RIM introduced its Blackberry 10 operating system on two new handsets Wednesday and it announced it changed its name to Blackberry.
After the economy posted an unexpected drop in fourth quarter GDP, CNBC's Jim Cramer called it a "shocker" but also a "one-off number."
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Jon Fortt countdown the launch of RIM's new smartphone today in New York.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports RIM is ready to unveil its much-hyped smartphone. And, Tim Long, BMO Capital Markets; and Jonathan Geller, BGR.com, founder & editor-In-chief, weigh in on BlackBerry's big bet.
The innovative line of BlackBerry smartphones that Research In Motion will formally unveil on Wednesday has already succeeded on one crucial count - getting RIM back in the conversation.
Asian stocks closed higher on Wednesday, with investors shifting their focus to corporate earnings in the region and the Federal Reserve's policy announcement later in the day.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics did not willfully infringe on some of Apple's patents, a U.S. federal court has ruled, foiling Apple's attempt to ratchet up the $1.05 billion in damages it was awarded last August by a U.S. jury.
LG Electronics fell short of consensus forecasts in quarterly earnings on Wednesday, with profits in its TV division tumbling to around one tenth of year-earlier levels as the world's No.2 TV maker bumped up promotional spending in the year-end holiday season.
South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix returned to a quarterly profit on Wednesday on demand from mobile device makers such as Apple, but it fell far short of forecasts on weak sales of computer chips and a strong won.
Millions of network-connected devices are vulnerable to a new hack.