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Jim Cramer reveals the big opportunity behind the decline in medical device stocks.
Jim Cramer sits down with Camping World Holdings Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis, who recently bought 25,000 shares of his company as a vote of confidence.
Deutsche Bank tells clients that Caterpillar is likely to see an uptick in revenues and share price as mining and oil companies look to renew aging equipment.
Mark Wang, the owner of a Chinese factory, said his labor and raw material expenses are up as much as 15 percent from last year. He told CNBC that President Donald Trump's tariffs will affect more than half of his sales.
From inflatable kayaks to fitness trackers, the Trump administration’s proposal to tax another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods would ultimately hit everyday consumer products, The New York Times reports.
Hong Kong-owned factories in China are growing concerned about the escalating U.S.-China trade war. Some are even thinking about shifting operations elsewhere, one CEO said.
Germany is looking into curbing foreign investments as a further sign of growing protectionist sentiment towards Chinese acquisitions, the Financial Times reports.
Over the past year through July, U.S. manufacturing added 327,000 jobs, the most of any 12-month period since April 1995.
The U.K. engineer plans to cut down on flight time lost by airlines to essential maintenance.
The U.S. contractor is focusing new research on high energy lasers and hypersonics.
The private Caixin/Markit PMI came in at 51.0, slightly lower from 51.1 in May.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to a further tightening in labor market conditions.
Failed trade talks between the U.S. and China in June have culminated in the world's two largest economies making good on their threats—with both countries announcing billions of dollars of tariffs on each other's goods.
Demand for better, bigger screens made the flip phone go extinct in the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy era. But makers of smartphone glass are working on technology that is both foldable and durable.
Foxconn said it would establish its North American corporate headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Jim Cramer reveals how the moves in NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm could hint at what’s to come in the U.S.-China trade battle.
Jim Cramer sits down with Barry Pennypacker, president and CEO of The Manitowoc Company, for his take on the Trump administration's tariffs and the latest on his crane manufacturing business.
Despite record-high confidence on Main Street, a labor shortage issue is increasingly weighing on small businesses around the country.
Tesla announced on Monday that it was laying off 9 percent of its salaried workers. The electric-car company's CFO, Deepak Ahuja, has been through the worst of Tesla layoffs before.