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Herbalife stock lifted on FTC investigation results while Xerox reportedly rejects R.R. Donnelley's merger proposal.
The suspected terror attack in Nice, France may put an end to Wall Street's record setting streak this week.
Xerox reportedly is in talks to acquire the printing giant, but the move might not be smart above a certain price, one observer says.
Xerox is reportedly in talks to acquire R.R. Donnelley & Sons.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average both hit new intraday records as Wall Street continued to celebrate an improving outlook for the U.S. economy.
U.S. futures are primed for a positive open as Amazon's 'Prime Day' gets underway and the SEC investigates Tesla.
Aggressive traders could go long, and add on strength over $18.
Here are answers to some of your questions today. Keep 'em coming to me at email@example.com and I'll answer more this afternoon. Q. FitBit (FIT) -- what are your thoughts on this "growth stock"? -- Michael S. A. The question I have for Fit...
Hardly a day goes by when companies aren't improving on their position.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.
Jim Cramer says investors should sit-tight if they own natural gas and master limited partnership (MLPs) shares until they move higher.
It's because of the Fed; that's my only explanation.
Jim Cramer answers twitter questions about investing during and after the government shutdown, plus his take on R.R. Donnelley.
Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier (@davidspeltier) invites viewers to the 1-year anniversary of his live, #SU10chat on Dec. 13, at 4:30 p.m. ET.
This company may be in a unique position to profit from Wall Street flooding.
It is important to remain unbiased and emotionless while navigating through this earnings season
David Peltier, Portfolio Manager of Stocks Under $10 and Jill Malandrino look at names that are high yield dividend plays, but are they worth a holding in your portfolio?
Joseph Busky, CFO of InnerWorkings, says corporate America is moving to save money by outsourcing its printing needs.