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Paypal posted better-than-expected quarterly results, but that's not what surprised CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Craig Hodges, CEO of Hodges Capital Management, took profits in one of his top holdings in the "Platinum Portfolio" this year in favor of a retail stock.
UPS reported a better-than-expected quarterly net profit on Thursday, boosted by rising U.S. ecommerce as consumers ordered more goods online.
Facebook rose 10 percent after the company crushed analysts' first-quarter expectations, and Wall Street could not be happier.
Shares of Medivation were up more than 8 percent Thursday, rising above a $52.50 per share takeover bid from Sanofi.
U.S. economic growth looks poised to pick up after a weak first quarter, keeping with the trend of recent years, analysts tell CNBC.
Drugmaker AbbVie said it would buy privately held oncology company Stemcentrx in a deal valued at $5.8 billion in cash and stock.
Dunkin' Brands reported a rise in revenue as sales at its Dunkin' Donuts outlets were boosted by demand for coffee-based drinks and breakfast items.
Viacom also reported a 2.5 percent drop in revenue, hurt by lower domestic ad revenue and a lack of hit movies at its Paramount film studio.
An apparent mistake made by an Apple trader appears to be guiding the stock's trading on Wednesday.
A pair of restaurant stocks slumped after earnings, and "Fast Money" traders discussed whether they were still appetizing.
Jim Cramer spoke with Chipotle's CFO, who confirmed they are willing to win back customers at any price. Will it work?
Jim Cramer lays out his plan on how he would solve Twitter's problems if he were CEO of the company.
Jim Cramer sorts through the tech wreck carnage left behind by Apple, Microsoft and Alphabet.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on March 16.
Apple shares tumbled Wednesday after poor earnings spooked investors, but according to one trader now is the time to buy.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Facebook, PayPal, Marriott and more.
This is the key if you're going to be an Apple investor, Albion Financial's Jason Ware says.
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Historical analysis of past election years indicates we could see the market rally in the third quarter.
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