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Duluth reported earnings of 1 cent per share on revenues of $67 million, and revised its fiscal 2016 outlook.
The home-furnishings company gave weak current-quarter guidance, blaming the U.S. election and delayed deliveries.
"I think you're going to see technology go up," Cramer says.
Sky said, however, a formal offer has not been made, nor is there any certainty that Fox will make an offer to acquire Sky.
Ukraine's largest steel mill accused local law enforcement agencies of disrupting business with unwarranted inspections.
Positive earnings and consumer confidence have Brad McMillan bullish on stocks for 2017, so he's not concerned about any short-term pullbacks.
The deal will lift Sibanye to the world's third largest palladium producer and fourth largest platinum group metals miner.
Bitcoin hit its highest levels in years, extending gains since India's recent cash shortage.
Citron Research's Thursday afternoon tweet sent shares of Express Scripts tanking, and someone appeared ideally positioned for the move.
Earlier Thursday, Left's Citron Research called Express Scripts the "Philidor of the pharma industry."
Jim Cramer brings to light what analysts and short-sellers don’t get about Lululemon.
Jim Cramer spoke with MGM CEO Jim Murren who said he is still optimistic for Macau, though ATM limits will impact some revenue.
Citi Research on Thursday replaced Amazon.com with Alphabet as its favorite stock in the U.S. internet space.
While some may be concerned the market is moving too high too fast, veteran strategist Jeff Saut told CNBC on Thursday he would still buy any dips.
Michael Babich, the former CEO of the Arizona-based drug maker, was among five individuals charged in an indictment filed.
Shares of Time spiked 8 percent Thursday after receiving a takeover bid from a group of media investors.
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