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CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday that Facebook's spending strategy is catered to growth investors and that he was pleased by the company's conference call.
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.
Stocks were muted on Wednesday, with investors jolted by news that the U.S. economy shrank in the fourth quarter.
The U.S. dollar slid to a fresh 14-month low against the euro after the U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates near zero and maintained its bond-buying program to spur economic growth.
"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.
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."
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew reports on the day's market moving stories; including a countdown to RIM's new BlackBerry 10; a look at Amazon's earnings; and the Dow's climb to 14,000.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Anthony DiClemente, Barclays analyst, explains why shares of the Internet retailer soared despite missing on the top and bottom line last quarter.
Amazon.com's better-than-expected profit margins surprised Wall Street, prompting at least five brokerages to raise their price targets on the world's largest Internet retailer's stock on Wednesday.
Ken Sena, Evercore Partners analyst, breaks down the big tech's fourth quarter earnings miss, as shares popped higher in extended-hours trading. Also, a preview of Facebook's numbers due out after the bell today.
The online retailer's earnings and outlook fell short of forecasts but revenue jumped 22 percent during the quarter and margins were strong. Shares initially fell then popped higher after-hours.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos is the new Steve Jobs, SkyBridge's Anthony Scaramucci says.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday as the Dow marched toward the 14,000 level and investors looked ahead to Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy announcement. A gain in the energy sector following strong earnings from refiner Valero and big gains in the pharma sector after Pfizer's solid earnings report supported stocks.
CNBC's Jon Fortt digs through the tech giant's numbers. Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, and Aaron Kessler, Raymond James analyst, discuss the outlook on Amazon and how to play it after today's earnings disappointment.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reveals the one number investors should be focused on when the tech giant reports earnings after the bell.