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Schumer, Sanders Stance Against Buybacks Could Curb Alphabet Outlook

Legislative action to block buybacks is pertinent for Alphabet earnings.

Union Pacific Stock Rides Higher After Railroad Vet Jumps Aboard

UNP stock is speeding up the track on Tuesday.

There's Trouble at the Top of Walmart's Largest Ever Acquisition

Any way you slice it, rapid reorganization of Flipkart only months after its purchase does not reflect well on Walmart.

Time for Zuckerberg to Go as Facebook CEO?

The best move for the social media giant might be to hire a capable CEO to deal with its current issues.

J.C. Penney Slides as Sears' Demise Casts Pall on Shares

Sears' bankruptcy filing isn't a cause for celebration at rival J.C. Penney.

Jim Cramer: This Is What Larry Culp Must Do to Get GE Back in Action

The problems at GE are all about hubris and hurt feelings.

Jim Cramer: The Market Is Confounded by These Senate Hearings

Investors don't know how to price in the impact of the Senate Intelligence Committee hearings on tech stocks.

Sorry Cramer, But 4 Times a Year Is Just Right

I disagree with President Trump (and Jim Cramer) about making companies only report results semiannually.

Jim Cramer: 4 Times a Year Is Too Much

A lot of money is spent doing these quarterly reports.

Rite Aid Shareholders Cheer Merger Failure, Call on CEO to 'Put House In Order'

Rite Aid CEO John Standley faces shareholders's scrutiny after the merger flop.

Tesla Battleground: Ideas for Fans and Foes

One trade is if you believe in Musk, the other if you think things will fall apart.

The Best Thing PepsiCo Has Going for It Now

The real reason the stock may be popping after the CEO news.

Now That the Shorts Have Been Roasted, What's Next for Tesla?

Where does Tesla go from here? Let's go to the chart.

Tesla Shorts Have Been Roasted: Now What?

Elon Musk made good on his promise and TSLA is now trading above 2 key moving averages.

CEO Transition at Ferrari Could Put the Brakes on Changes

The impact of Sergio Marchionne stepping down could be felt longer at Ferrari than at Fiat Chrysler, says one analyst.

How to Trade Fiat Chrysler Stock Amid Management Changes and Earnings

Any decision on buying or selling FCAU should assume Marchionne will have little or no input moving forward.

Fiat Chrysler Faces Deep Existential Crisis: Now's the Right Time to Sell Jeep

With CEO Marchionne stepping down, management now becomes a minus not a plus.

Fiat Chrysler Looked Bearish Even Before the Marchionne News

Shares are in the red Monday on the CEO stepping down, but FCAU has been weakening since the middle of April.

How to Play Goldman Sachs After Its Big Earnings Beat

On a valuation basis the stock looks attractive.

Jim Cramer: It's Time to Recognize Groupon Has Become a Force

Groupon has created an ecosystem that is attractive to anyone trying to establish themselves in the very-hard-to-win local market.

Investors Should Wake Up and Smell the Value in Starbucks

The likelihood of a rebound in its shares and a generous yield make the coffee merchant worth sipping.

Should Investors Close the Book on Barnes & Noble After the CEO's Sudden Firing?

This was just the latest ugly chapter for the bookseller -- and then there's the dividend.

Chipotle Has Massive Opportunity to Alter the Course of Its Future: Editor's Cut

Chipotle will hold a must-watch conference call with Wall Street after the close on Wednesday. In less than 500 words, Real Money tells you why to stay on the bullish side of this burrito trade.

How to Play Intel Stock After the CEO's Resignation

Usually when a stock makes major headlines, volume rises in a more dramatic way.

How to Play Intel After the CEO Resignation

Usually when a stock makes major headlines, volume rises in a more dramatic way.

Williams-Sonoma Is Really Cooking Now With Potential 15% Upside

WSM stock has broken out of a really large base formation.

Tesla Stock Is Catching Fire

Tesla has had an amazing run, gaining over 50% since April 2.

Jim Cramer: Two Companies Show That Ignoring the Pain Just Makes Things Worse

A simple acknowledgement that something's wrong, and it can't be ignored, is not too much to ask.

TheStreet Speaks With Makan Delrahim Ahead of the AT&T-Time Warner Decision

TheStreet went one-on-one with Makan Delrahim, Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, at The Deal's Corporate Governance Conference in New York.

How to Play Activist-Targeted P&G, Chipotle and Athenahealth

Avoid one, use a put spread on another and a buy/write play on the third.