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Jim Cramer explains how a demand for Micron's chips combined with its buyback could send the company soaring.
Jim Cramer sits down with Q6 Cyber founder and CEO Eli Dominitz, who says companies that think their mission is to stop attacks in real time are "dead wrong."
Jim Cramer hears from Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst, who addresses his company's second-quarter revenue miss.
Lines were short outside Apple's flagship London store but longer in Singapore and elsewhere.
Paige.AI promised to transform how cancer is diagnosed with application of AI and health care. Their advantage, though, was access to 25 million patient tissue slides through Sloan Kettering as well as investors from the cancer center holding stake in the start-up. The arrangement has sparked outrage and caused resignations, The New York Times reports.
"CBS is a loaded laggard," the billionaire value investor says. "Viacom is an even doubly loaded laggard."
Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that the company will be able to "easily" mitigate the impact of Trump's tariffs in the future.
Airbnb hosts are closer to paid partners than employees or investors, who would be eligible for stock options and equity ownership under current SEC rules for private companies.
Analysts are concerned the negative impact from Intel's processor manufacturing issues may last longer than one quarter.
France's education ministry hopes that its smartphone ban will get schoolchildren to pay more attention in class and interact more, The New York Times reports. Students' reply? "Annoying," one teenager said.
Eric Schmidt predicts a bifurcation of the internet, not a splintering, as China's tech sector grows.
If you're going to make the switch from Apple to Android, prepare to give up these features but also get some new ones.
Jefferies raises its price target for AMD shares, predicting big market share gains for the chipmaker due to Intel's processor shortages.
Zippin is trying to make cashierless stores the new standard.
Twenty-First Century Fox and Comcast are about to go head to head in London at a takeover auction for British broadcaster Sky.