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Three of the 30 companies that make up the Dow just got the boot! Cramer finds the changes rather telling.
Stocks closed near session highs Tuesday, with the S&P 500 posting its sixth-consecutive rally, following another upbeat round of data from China and as fears over an imminent strike on Syria receded.
Five years after the financial crisis, we have a price tag: $14 trillion in bailouts, opportunity costs and lost production from high unemployment.
The addition of Goldman Sachs to the Dow later this month could make the index's swings bigger. Here's why.
Although history shows that new companies added to the blue-chip index generally outperform, there are a few notable exceptions.
Better Chinese data plus lower odds of a military strike against Damascus is lifting stocks globally.
The Dow Jones industrial average is getting a new look, with one of Wall Street's oldest names getting added to the mix and a big bank kicked out.
U.S. stock index futures moved higher Tuesday following another upbeat round of data from China, while fears over an imminent strike on Syria receded.
Because most pros are hyper-focused on rates and tapering, Cramer thinks they've missed some forthcoming catalysts. And they're big.
Bright colors, funky textures and personalization are coming to a smartphone near you as mobile phone makers turn to fashion to buoy sales.
Trying to figure out what's cool for the back-to-school shopping season? Stop trying. These teens will break it down for you.
A growing number of entrepreneurs are betting that pet technology, like wearable activity trackers, will be big business.
It’s time for the Lightning Round! Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Gregg Fisher of the Gerstein Fisher Multi-Factor Growth Equity Fund and Matt Litfin of the William Blair Small Mid-Cap Growth Fund dish up some investing advice.
If money can buy championships, then the pressure is on the University of Oregon, where money is no object inside its new Football Performance Center.
CNBC's Jane Wells visits the University of Oregon's $68 million football performance center, paid for by alum and Nike co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny.
Teens are shopping, but their back-to-school wish lists have changed. Many are mixing designer handbags and fast fashion, making it tough on traditional teen retailers.
The pace of athletes making the police blotter seems to have sped up dangerously this year.