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As snow blankets the Northeast, the "Fast Money" traders consider whether the cold is throwing off economic figures.
The next big test for tech comes Thursday after the close when the market hears from Amazon. Also overseas investment ideas from David Riedel.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Salesforce.com, a leader in customer-relationship software, is a poster child of positioning itself as a non-GAAP company. Wall Street obliges by valuing the stock on earnings excluding options and such things as the accretion of debt. These are, after all, non-cash expenses—as if they just vanish into thin air. (Sarcasm, intended.)
As demand for technology rises in the larger emerging markets, U.S.-based companies will find both more opportunities and competition for their products overseas.
Big Australian retailers such as Myer and Harvey Norman have for years enjoyed a cozy dominance of the local market and fat margins, but now they are howling in pain as shoppers discover bargains are to be had online.
"As the Chinese get richer," the private equity investor glowed, "this company is going to be the next Google." I was sitting in my office in Shanghai, while the investor rattled off why he loved the company. It had 50 retail outlets and planned to open another 100. Moreover, its website had 10 million monthly hits.
Stocks are seeing some of their loftiest gains deflate, and that could continue as investors weigh dozens of major earnings reports and a fresh series of economic news in the week ahead.
Why the "Mad Money" host will be listening to these earnings reports in particular.
Bank of America and General Electric are two heavy weights whose earnings should steer stocks into Friday's opening bell.
With Amazon.com set to report earnings next week, Brian Stutland explains how to game this stock using options.
There are two events this week that underscore why many retail analysts aren't offering a full picture of the retail industry: Apple's earnings report and LivingSocial's deal with Amazon.
Although it is still a tentative environment for the economy, it's clear that investors are now rewarding growth," Aryeh Bourkoff, vice chairman of Joint Global Head of TMT Investment Banking UBS, told CNBC on Thursday.
And then follow this strategy to profit from it.
With or without Steve Jobs, Cramer is still bullish on this tech giant.
With the post-IPO quiet period over for Youku and E-Commerce China Dangdang , two of the hottest Chinese deals in years, analyst from their investment bankers are out with a dash of reality: Unless you’re a long-term investor, these things are expensive.
After fading from the limelight since their public offerings last month, expect to see YouKu (China’s YouTube) and E-Commerce China DangDang (China’s Amazon.com) back in the news next week.
Groupon has completed a $950 million round of financing from a broad consortium of investors.
U.S. officials have issued a subpoena to demand details about WikiLeaks' Twitter account, according to court documents obtained Saturday. WikiLeaks says other American Internet companies may also have been ordered to hand over information about its activities.
This is Lady Gaga’s second appearance at the International Consumer Electronics Show here at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada but her first chance to reveal a new line of products.