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Attacks at a gay nightclub in Orlando is putting investors on edge.
Investors should be wary of the increasingly popular activist short-sellers.
Wall Street was down in the dumps for day two on Wednesday as investors fretted over a laundry list of worries.
Subscription service to stream cable channels would cost $40 per month.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.
U.S. futures were climbing as oil reversed its premarket losses to rise into positive territory midday.
Energy Transfer Partners ETP is a dicey name to hold in a retirement account because of its tax treatment, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Wall Street was pulled in two directions: crude oil pushed energy stocks north, while a selloff in IBM and Netflix pulled the tech sector down.
Jim Cramer says he'd skip World Wrestling Entertainment shares and buy Time Warner instead.
John Malone may sit out the upcoming spectrum sale, but Comcast, Charlie Ergen and a host of others have registered.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday Feb. 18, there are a few key quarterly reports due out including Walmart, DISH Network and Starwood Hotels.
In the week ahead, markets will be closed on Monday for the President's Day holiday, but the rest of the week is filled with earnings.
Recent successes of Netflix and Yahoo! are just the beginning.
For examples, look no further than the NFL and Howard Stern.
We see a modest rise back to $70. To anticipate more of a rally, we would like to see more of a base on the stock.
Here are some of the best cable and satellite stocks our algorithm says you should consider looking at.
Here are some of the best entertainment stocks TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at.
The wait is over to find out who will grace Fox News prime-time Republican debate stage Thursday.
For Wednesday August 5, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Time Warner (TWX), Priceline (PCLN), DISH Network (DISH), Twenty-First Century Fox (FOX), Tesla (TSLA) and Fitbit (FIT).
Utilities and technology names led the way lower, resulting in an overall modest decline.
MLB Advanced Media, the technology division under Major League Baseball, is reportedly considering an initial public offering.