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This week, investors will be watching a slew of economic data points, along with the Federal Reserve's June statement and some key earnings reports.
The market is in a state where it takes baby steps for days, prompting people to put on their all-time-high hats, before a single day wipes out a week's worth of gains.
Analysts at JMP Securities reiterated their MARKET UNDERPERFORM rating and a $31 price target on shares of Oracle on Monday.
Markets are pricing in a slightly postive open as investors await further indication of the Fed's next move.
Oracle shares are lower in Thursday's session following the disclosure of a whistleblower lawsuit by a former senior finance manager.
Shares of Oracle are sliding after the company was hit by a lawsuit.
Social media chatter on Wall Street Friday included wayward sea turtles and Google channeling Bruce Lee.
Google wins jury ruling in Android patent lawsuit over its use of application program interface.
Saudi Arabia is looking to tap GE's fledgling tech endeavor to boost its tranformation from solely an oil-producing giant into an industrial powerhouse.
The five U.S. companies with the largest cash holdings are viewed as names that have few opportunities to grow.
The most value-added post in our comments section recently has been, hands down, the continued bullish research on inContact Inc. (SAAS) by subscriber "RichFish823." SAAS has shot up by more than 50% today after the company accepted a $14-share cash...
I drill down to one very insightful question and answer that deserve a second pass.
The reasons behind why Oracle shares are headed higher, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
"I try not to kid myself. You know, I don't mind romancing someone else, but to fool yourself is pretty devastating and dangerous." -- Bill Veeck Move over Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos -- disruption first started with Bill Veeck, who over the cour...
Earlier gains on the Nasdaq on Thursday were wiped out in the final hour of trading after Apple shares sold off for their second day in a row.
Organic revenue faded in the first quarter, but digital orders continued to grow as GE embraces its fledgling Industrial Internet.
GE, which needs to find new ways to replace its longtime lending arm GE Capital, takes a big step forward with its new partnership with Oracle.
Taxes are in the news this morning with the U.S. Treasury's action on inversions and the $160 billion merger of Pfizer (PFE) and Allergan (AGN). As such, I want to repeat an "oldie but a goodie" of mine in its entirety. This February 2013 column out...
Shares of the lighting manufacturer fell Wednesday off news of dismal sales revisions for the third quarter.
Equinix is smack in the middle of two burgeoning areas: cloud computing and the Internet of Things.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is worried about cloud computing company Red Hat (RHT).
Upsets (often undeserved) can happen to good, solid companies.
These two things are: the power of homework and the power of price.
After a strong performance in its fiscal third quarter, here's why this stock has room to grow.
The social media group has lost more than half of its share price since the start of the year.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said on Thursday he agrees with analysts at Oppenheimer who upgraded shares of Microsoft to OUTPERFORM.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is watching Adobe Systems’ earnings, set to be released on Thursday, after the markets close.