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    As many households and small businesses are being turned away by bank loan officers, large corporations are borrowing vast sums of money for next to nothing — simply because they can, the New York Times reports.

  • Welders

    The September jobs report trumps most everything else for markets in the week ahead, and it could have a lingering effect.

  • The "Mad Money" host explains what's important to watch for when companies report next week.

  • But that doesn’t mean there aren’t quarters worth watching. Here are Cramer’s top picks.

  • The dollar hit a new 8-month low this week. As we head into the fourth quarter, which companies stand to benefit the most if the greenback continues to slide? Bill Spiropoulos, CEO of CoreStates Capital Advisors, shared his best plays.

  • Hyundai

    Interbrand’s Best Global Brands 2010 study has just been released and it shows the last two year’s recessionary market has significantly impacted the relationship between brands and customers.

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    The proposal by some state governments to tax carbonated soft drinks hurts the relationship between business and government, Indra Nooyi, CEO and chairman of Pepsico told CNBC Wednesday.

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    Given the anniversary of the financial crisis and Basel III will be in the news this week, I decided to open up my Rolodex and speak with one of my great go-to financial experts.

  • Cramer answers that and other questions for "Mad Mail."

  • Bill and cash

    Those who live off their savings and investments are hit hard by falling interest rates, as corporations borrow cheaply and sit on the cash. The NYT reports.

  • Sphygmomanometer

    Workplace wellness programs are on the rise as employers battle health care costs and strive to keep their employees health and productive. According to the National Business Group on Health, this upward trend means companies will be increasingly looking for people to work in this field.

  • Stocks soared Wednesday after signs emerged of a strengthening global economy, and investors shrugged off news of a decline in private sector jobs in the U.S. Eric Schoenstein, co-portfolio manager at Jensen Portfolio, and Charlie Smith, CIO of Fort Pitt Capital Group, discussed their insights.

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    Consumer spending in the US has turned into a tale of two cities in 2010, with an entire segment of consumers splurging while another segment spends only on bare necessities. The FT reports.

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • Stocks advanced on Tuesday, following a series of government reports and earnings that showed hints of strength returning to the economy. David Kelly, chief market strategist at JPMorgan Funds, and Stephen Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments, discussed their insights.

  • Here's what analysts and others say they're watching before the bell Tuesday.

  • Stock certificates

    Companies hoarding cash since the start of the recession are beginning to pass on some of it to shareholders , but it's unlikely to match the boom of a decade ago.

  • In today’s sports-crazed world, athletes like Lebron James and Tony Hawk have quickly become household names. But it’s not just their sport that’s making them famous. Athletes are becoming known for their entrepreneurship and savvy business deals—earning more off the playing field than on. From personalized apparel to multimillion dollar investment companies, see why these athletes truly “score” in the business world.

    In today’s sports-crazed world, athletes like Lebron James and Tony Hawk have quickly become household names. But it’s not just their sport that’s making them famous.

  • With earnings season in full-swing, the Fast Money traders share what earnings reports they'll be paying attention to.

  • Lagging US economy or not, these CEOs are delivering for shareholders.