Wireless carriers across the globe are only just beginning to roll out their 4G networks, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
It was a social networking company that made more money on its first day of trading than most people earn in a lifetime. Then the shares started falling and as the price dropped, so did the fortunes of its investors and its co-founders. This was TheGlobe.com.
Gene Simmons voted for Barack Obama, but thinks Donald Trump makes more sense. Better yet, the rocker/entrepreneur suggests we make him "benevolent dictator" for six months and he'd cut $7 trillion in debt. Unions, watch out.
Despite the continued buzz surrounding LinkedIn's IPO, Cramer has his eyes on another social networking stock.
Discussing the 1998 collapse of one of the original social media web sites, with Stephan Paternot, TheGlobe.com co-founder.
May 21 is the new doomsday and everyone is preparing in their own special way: Believers are out spreading the word. Atheists are planning a picnic. And some entrepreneurial types are offering to buy your stuff.
It was a good tax season for Intuit, as it put more money into the pockets of consumers and small businesses through electronic filing, Chief Executive Brad Smith told CNBC Friday.
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley play rock music as a side job. Their real jobs are marketing the KISS brand, licensing their names across a myriad of products. And now across a myriad of languages.
Banks, credit unions and other financial institutions that move money are square in the cyber criminals' crosshairs, but they're not the only ones in danger. Defense industries and governmental institutions are also being targeted.
The "Mad Money" host goes one-on-one with the technology company executive.
The "Mad Money" host explains why he's not happy with the LinkedIn IPO.
Mark Benioff, Salesforce.com CEO, provides insight on the company's record quarter, and LinkedIn's IPO. "I think LinkedIn is a great company," he tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses whether the LinkedIn craze over its IPO today is a game changer or overblown by markets.
Amazon sold more 'Kindle' books than physical books for the first time ever. Brian Blair, of Wedge Partners, offers insight on trading the death of physical media and the rise of digital media.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
Pharrell Williams is one of the most powerful forces in music — a Grammy winning musician, who's produced and scored dozens of hits from pop to rap. He even wrote the "Lovin' It" jingle for McDonalds that's inescapable if you turn on the TV.
Stocks ended higher despite mostly weak economic news and falling oil prices as LinkedIn became the first major U.S. social networking company to go public in a soaring debut.
The cloud computing company shares popped higher as reported a profit that edged Wall Street expectations and it handed in an outlook that easily surpassed current forecasts.
Wall Street hasn't seen an IPO like LinkedIn's in years. Huge demand for social media — and the kind of growth LinkedIn has reported — it more than doubled after its open at $45, soaring as high as nearly $123.
Stocks traded modestly higher amid weak economic news, falling oil prices, and a strong debut for LinkedIn's initial public offering.