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Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
The biggest semiconductor deal ever provides opportunities for investors, according to Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks inched higher on the heels of better-than-expected earnings reports.
Defense is fantastic, housing is so-so, timber's weaker. Who can understand this stuff?
These other deals make a lot more sense than T-TWX.
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.
QCOM shares rose as the company closes in on a deal to acquire NXP Semiconductors
M&A news is dominating the market, with three potential deals reportedly in the works.
Ask not for whom the register rings, and it better not ring for thee.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
U.S. stocks stay close to the flatline as Wall Street sits in wait of tomorrow's release of the monthly U.S. jobs report.
Huh? Bank shares rallying at the same time as bond market-equivalent stocks?
Lessons of LinkedIn play a part in the Salesforce-Twitter non-deal.
Despite markets at record highs, companies are satisfying their appetites to grow and find value by buying others.
NXP represents a rare opportunity for the lumbering Qualcomm to transform its business model.
Qualcomm is in talks to buy NXP Semiconductors in a deal that could value the company at more than $30 billion.
Jim Cramer supports Qualcomm's decision to buy NXP Semiconductors.
Deutsche Bank was rising premarket after hitting a new all-time low the session before.
Underwhelming retail sales will likely push out rate hike.
Can you guess which six stocks these are by looking at their charts?
It means lower turnover, less spending on training and improved productivity.
It's apparently not all doom and gloom in the private-equity realm of stock picking these days.