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Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 5; Nazzies futures are up 18; European markets are up a bit (The European Union unemployment rate dropped to 12.1% in Octob...
Jim Cramer answers questions from Twitter on Occidental Petroleum, LinkedIn and Nokia.
Stocks are higher in midday trading despite a disappointing September jobs report. Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. weighs in.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 1; Nasdaq futures are up 4; Nikkei is up 0.13% (Yahoo! Japan and Softbank are positive); China Shanghai is down 0.83% (tele...
It will soon be flush with cash, but the company is far from out of the woods.
9to5Mac Senior Editor Mark Gurman reveals the details of the newest version of Apple's iPad, which is expected to debut October 22.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
New products seldom affect stock prices, but this looks like a rare exception.
There are a number of ways to play this trend -- and it's not too late to buy in.
These stocks look bound to get bought at every dip through year-end. You should buy up, too -- but wait for that swoon.
And the award goes to my premature covering of Microsoft's shares. Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin): The new phone book's here! The new phone book's here! Harry Hartounian (Jackie Mason): Boy, I wish I could get that excited about nothing. Navin R. J...
Verizon/Vodafone deal makes sense but Microsoft/Nokia is a distraction.
All three of these IPOs have defied numerous short calls, and have continued to triumph.
Verizon's smart move will make the stock a buy. We can't say the same for Microsoft.
For these folks to shift their views, everything needs to go positive -- something that, of course, will never happen.
The deal to get Nokia's mobile-phone unit was badly needed by both companies.
T3's Scott Redler cautions investors from getting involved in Microsoft. He says the stock is dead money.