CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The dollar hit multi-year highs, which hit commodities hard today.» Read More
Cramer explains why America's vast natural-gas reserves don't necessarily translate into less expensive utilities.
Kinger Morgan Energy's CEO says yes. Check out his interview with Cramer.
The struggles of financial institutions are raising fears that investment capital for big renewable energy projects is likely to get tighter, says the New York Times.
CEO Michael C. Linn talks to Cramer about where his company stands after the brokerage's bankruptcy.
This company might be attractive to both investors and potential acquirers. The stock's just too cheap right now, Cramer said.
Sometimes it isn't just hedge funds bringing a company's stock down. Either way, though, it's good for investors.
Use this ramp-up in stocks to take profits, Cramer says. There’s no guarantee it will last.
Andrew Littlefair says it's only a matter of time before American cars are running on this plentiful domestic natural resource.
These stocks look like they should be bought, right? Here's why they can't be.
Plus, Cramer makes calls on Disney and the impact of hedge funds on commodity stocks.
Anything even closely related to a natural resource has been hit hard. When will it end?
Plus, Cramer makes the call on Novo Nordisk, McDermott and Parker Hannifin.
You'd think the bad unemployment number would have kept us down. But here's why it didn't.
Fascination with wind turbines small enough to mount on a roof is spreading from coast to coast, the New York Times reports.
The New York Times seems to think so. But here's our case for their widespread adoption coming much, much sooner.
Gustav weakened to a Category 1 hurricane as it approached the Louisiana cities of New Iberia and Lafayette with maximum wind speeds of 90 mph.
Hurricane Gustav's threat to the Gulf Coast halted about 15 percent of U.S. refining capacity Sunday, though for now prices at the pump have not risen dramatically
Oil companies shut down production Saturday as an intensifying Hurricane Gustav churned toward the petroleum-rich waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Gustav strengthened back into a hurricane in the warm Caribbean on Friday as it left flooded Jamaica and churned toward the Cayman Islands, headed for the Gulf of Mexico on the third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's deadly strike on New Orleans.
The city of Austin, Tex., approved plans on Thursday for a huge plant that will burn waste wood to make electricity, the latest sign of rising interest in a long-dormant form of renewable energy, the New York Times reports.