Cramer says the price action in Tuesday’s market is sending an important message about what to buy in the days ahead.
Americans are choosing to save over spend, and that's creating an unwanted discount on these consumer spending-linked investments.
In an unfortunate cycle, NYC's restaurants serve to revitalize neighborhoods but then are forced to close when rents start to rise. The NYT reports.
"Fast Money" trader Karen Finerman, makes a big bet that someone other than Priceline will make a bid on OpenTable.
Here's why Priceline's purchase of OpenTable is different than other deals we've seen lately, says Michael Yoshikami.
Jim Cramer says Priceline's bid for OpenTable is chock full of subtle messages.
Stocks rose on Friday, with equities on track for weekly losses.
CNBC's Mandy Drury breaks down how OpenTable's business model works and why Priceline made the hefty purchase. The Coppermans and Millers weigh in on the valuation.
Priceline will buy OpenTable for $2.6 billion. CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg weighs in on the deal.
Some of Friday midday movers:
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses if Priceline's purchase of OpenTable makes sense. Swisher says Priceline wants to expand and OpenTable will help them grow globally. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
Priceline announces it is buying online reservation site OpenTable for $103 per share, or about $2.6 billion.
Mark May, Citigroup, explains why he likes Priceline's announced acquisition of OpenTable for $2.6 billion. May says "from a valuation standpoint, it is very reasonable."
Here's one for the Freaky Friday files: Priceline announced it's buying OpenTable as four new IPOs come to market.
Priceline will buy OpenTable for $2.6 billion. CNBC's Jim Cramer says "OpenTable be king."
Headlines before the bell Friday.
Priceline is acquiring OpenTable for $103 per share in cash for about $2.6 billion, with the "Squawk Box" crew.
Hipmunk is finding a slightly younger user base by mixing nontraditional results in one place with tried-and-true airlines and hotels.
Stocks finished broadly higher Tuesday, with the S&P 500 setting a new record, as investors cheered a batch of better-than-expected economic reports and merger activity.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers: