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Jim Cramer isn't too fond of BlackBerry's stock and doesn't see a reason to own it.
CSCO is trading down on JNPR's disappointing 1Q guidance, but Cisco's mix shift to high-growth, high-margin areas protects it from short-term weakness.
As we approach the closing bell, I'm getting ready for the earnings reports that will hit after the close. They include American Railcar (ARII) and Trinity Industries (TRN), which I touched on earlier today; Applied Materials (AMAT), which will shed...
U.S. stocks managed to close narrowly mixed, splintering its correlation with crude oil prices for the first time in weeks on Monday.
Currently trading at 11x 2016 consensus, we believe AAPL shares are quite undervalued.
For Thursday October 29, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Time Warner Cable (TWC), Starbucks (SBUX), LinkedIn (LNKD), Mastercard (MA) and more.
I like telecommunications stocks in the fourth quarter. Here are my two picks from the sector.
Google (GOOGL) is facing some intense antitrust scrutiny from U.S. regulators.
Auto sales have been racing along but the charts of a number of manufacturers have been downshifting, says chartist Bruce Kamich.
Nokia (NOK) is reportedly looking to re-enter the handset business, which it sold to Microsoft (MSFT) for roughly $8 billion in 2013.
Some companies have been able to survive and thrive in new environments.
A deep look at the tech firms' results, and at commodities' future.
Its 49% plunge after new FTC allegations could offer opportunity for patient investors.
If the former mobile leader does jump into the market, it will have more competitors than ever.
It seemed like a no-brainer 'pairs trade,' until Apple took over.
Growth projections for China could be the C-suite's latest PR gaffe.
UK stocks rallied Friday as investors cheered a surprise victory by Prime Minister David Cameron’s pro-business Conservative Party.
Stocks were slightly lower in midday trading Thursday as a series of weaker earnings from the likes of Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) pressured markets.
Nokia's misguided ideas include buying Alcatel and hoping to re-enter the mobile phone market.
Alcatel only recently began to recover from its '06 Lucent deal.