CNBC's David Faber breaks down the telecom giant's quarterly earnings and weighs in on why the stock took a hit despite reaching 10 billion subscribers in Q3.
Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping his eyes on shares of McKesson, Tractor Supply and Lumber Liquidators.
Shares of United Continental and Southwest are flying in opposite directions, reports the "Squawk on the Street" crew, with a look at the airline sector.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks there are great things happening in the auto sector and big cap stocks.
Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank, and Maury Harris, UBS chief U.S. economist, provide perspective on the outlook on the markets and how to play any pullback.
Martin Sass, CEO & Chairman of MD Sass, says every part of eBay's business is up and shows no signs of slowing down.
Martin Sass, CEO and chairman of M.D. Sass, says he is seeing gradual and improving economic growth throughout the world and expects to see the U.S. and Europe with the biggest increases from very sluggish recessions.
David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, and Barry Knapp, Barclays, discuss whether underlying market trends are getting better and how best to position your portfolio on a pullback.
Jason O'Connell, research director at Boston Private Bank, says the asset management business model is "tremendous" due to "terrific cash flow" and "very little balance sheet risk".
Robert Quinn, European equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, expects the European earnings season to "underwhelm" and explains why he's upgraded auto and media stocks to overweight.
With stocks near record highs, strategists are recommending investors focus on stock-picking select names and sectors, rather than the broader market.
Herald van der linde is Head of Equity Strategy, Asia-Pacific at HSBC says China's GDP growth may lose steam soon and lists the possible culprits behind it.
The S&P 500 pulled back after a record run. Steve Cortes of Veracruz says the main reason the U.S. market got hit is because of overnight news about worries for Chinese tightening policy. He also discusses the dip in crude, and trouble for the U.S. Dollar.
“I like to find companies that give you lots of ways to win,” Cramer said. “That’s this stock, to a tee.”
Starbucks is opening its very first Teavana tea bar in Manhattan. Its CEO Howard Schultz wants to bring the "romance and theater" it did for coffee, to the tea category.
One of Cramer’s favorite growth companies is doing something brilliant.
Once a $60 stock, at $43 is it time to take another look at Palo Alto?
Palo Alto Networks CEO Mark McLaughlin says his company has developed the next generation security platform that is rapidly displacing legacy technologies of its competitors.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains there has been a rotation out of stocks that worked when rates were going up, into what works when rates are going down.
"Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour provides insight on a benefit concert called "Rocktoberfest" in Manhattan Wednesday night, in support of "A Leg to Stand on."