Jim Cramer sees that the market worships three huge cult stocks—and he totally gets it.
Bank of America upgraded Netflix, and shares are surging. Dennis Davitt, Harvest Volatility Advisors, and David Seaburg, Cowen & Co., trade it, with Brian Sullivan.
Bank of America analysts more than doubled their price target for Netflix. Here's why.
"This was just an extraordinary reversal of how a guy feels about a stock," Cramer said.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he was shocked by Netflix's latest upgrade.
Cablevision Systems said video subscriber losses doubled, as the cable TV company's customers continued to shift to bundled services from telecoms.
Can Sirius XM survive Apple and Google's in-car media play? The company's mixed track record is concerning, but the stock's holding up.
Avengers: "Age of Ultron" may have earned over $201 million this past weekend yet some may have to travel far to see this installment in the cinema.
Even though the market may be trading at a record, valuations show stocks are still attractive, new research suggests.
AOL is focused on expanding its recent growth, especially in video content and automated advertising, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
An options strategy proposed by Goldman Sachs is reaping profits of nearly 50 percent this quarter.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
A look at the best coffee, burger, tech and overall brands in 2015.
Here's a different approach to betting on earnings: Wait for the results to come out.
Slimming your TV bill may be tougher than you think. Providers' new slim bundles don't always cut your costs.
Actor John Stamos confirmed rumors of a "Full House" reboot on Netflix, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
John Stamos, who played Jesse Katsopolis on the popular ABC family comedy of the late 1980s and early 1990s, confirmed rumors of the show's reboot.
The economics of cable television started out fairly simply. Today, it's a lot more complicated.
Netflix will continue to bet on original content, and is reportedly planning 320 hours of original programming in 2015. Jon Steinberg, The Daily Mail North America CEO, weighs in on Reed Hasting's comments on Internet replacing television.
Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson, discusses ESPN's reaction to Verizon's skinny bundle plan, and the millennial effect on unbundling television content. And Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, weighs in.