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If other social media IPO’s are any indication, Twitter should be about to plunge, no?
Walt Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger feels good about the company's last quarter and "solid" year. He calls the deal with Netflix to create original content for Marvel a "win-win."
Take a look at some of Thursday midday movers:
Twitter will debut on Thursday in a market that's been showing clear signs of wear and has some investors burrowing further into defensive names.
Dish Network said it will close all 300 or so retail locations of the Blockbuster video rental chain by January.
Facebook, Netflix and Tesla topped retail stock buyers' purchase lists last month, according to TD Ameritrade.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
As the idea of online education become more mainstream, is there anything that will ultimately stop Google, Apple and Amazon from offering degrees?
Chipmaker Intel is having second thoughts about its nascent TV service and is in talks with Verizon to take over the business, according to a report.
Cramer says these stocks have definitely come back from the dead.
Stocks were slightly higher Monday, with the S&P 500 pushing to a fresh high, but gains were limited as investors digested a batch of mixed earnings reports and ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting.
AMC Networks said it would buy Chellomedia, the international content unit of John Malone's Liberty Global, for about $1.04 billion.
From Wall Street to Main Street, our traders had you covered in a big week of "Fast Money."
Talking Squawk looks at Kid Rock calling out Madonna on Detroit, Carl Icahn's Apple obsession and some Greenspeak.
Stocks are at record highs and Wall Street is getting feverishly bullish. What could possibly go wrong?
"It's so difficult to trade this because it has yet to crack," Colin Gillis says.
When an investment grows more than five times, it's time to take your chips off the table, billionaire investor Carl Icahn says of his sale of Netflix stock.
Stocks finished lower Wednesday, with the S&P 500 snapping a four-day streak of record highs, following weakness in global equities and a mixed bag of earnings reports.
Carl Icahn knew not only when to get in but when to get out of Netflix and even had to overrule his own son in making the decision.
After the big run by Netflix and seeing Carl Ichan take huge profits, CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Dominic Chu discuss when it's a good time to pocket your winnings.