Take a look at some of Monday morning's early movers:
We made a lot of changes 18 months ago when we decided to go for a new platform and really revamp the entire BlackBerry experience, says Thorsten Heins, Research in Motion CEO. Heins says we have learned our lessons and have adapted a lot and changed some positions in management and software. Going global and scaling up will be his focus.
The bulls have discovered First Niagara Financial Group.
Traders are watching a potential decision to prevent a default. Insight on when a deal will likely be made and how it will move the markets, with David Rodriguez, DailyFX and Scott Nations, NationShares.
Google, Facebook, and Wikipedia did a brilliant job rallying millions of their users to oppose anti-piracy legislation being debated in Congress. It worked. In the wake of massive outcry that dominated the Internet and media on Wednesday, congressional leaders are sending the bill back to the drawing board.
The Greek drama continues to roil the euro, and this strategist has a way to play investors' shifting moods.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on the resurrection of three tech giants left for dead; Intel, IBM, and Microsoft.
Bryan Jordan, First Horizon chairman & CEO discusses the turnaround in banks, and the outlook for the regional banker, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
The Fed gets top billing in the week ahead, but barring any surprises, the steady wave of corporate earnings reports and important economic data could deliver more immediate, concrete information for stocks.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer discusses the poor performance of oil services companies and drillers, and the outlook for the sector, with Andrew Gould, Schlumberger chairman.
Stocks ended mixed in a quiet session Friday as investors were reluctant to jump in ahead of a weekend and after a handful of weak earnings reports weighed on sentiment. Despite the lackluster session, stocks still capped a strong finish for the week, with all three major averages adding almost two percent each.
If one technology strategist is correct, IBM, Intel and Microsoft will be the leaders of a new economy 10 years from now.
The VIX falls below 20 for the first time since May. Is the market poised for a breakout, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders. Also, is Apple overcooked? And is Starbucks over caffeinated?
Existing home sales increased 5 percent last month, the highest pace in nearly a year. So, which investments may be the best bets as housing shows signs of life? CNBC's Diana Olick has the details.
Will next week's economic data prove the market rally is for real? Stephanie Link, The Street, and Michael Yoshikami, YCMNET Advisors, weigh in.
Is Google dragging down the Nasdaq? Warren Meyers, DME Securities, with the trade on the stock ahead of the closing bell, the outlook on housing, and what investor need to watch on Monday.
Charting the outlook for Texas Instruments and the tech sector, with Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, and Peter Boockvar, Miller Tabak.
Existing home sales rose 5% in December. So how can you play the real estate market now? Michael Rehaut, JP Morgan homebuilder analyst, and Philip Martin, Morningstar REIT strategist, weigh in.
Reports on the U.S. economy are improving a bit, and this strategist has a way to play the rosier outlook.