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There might be renewed takeover interest in company's like Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Expedia following Microsoft's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn, according to Jim Cramer.
My take is to remain out of Facebook, but Yelp is rising to the top of my list.
Zillow and Yelp were winners this week, but Priceline, Tesla, TripAdvisor and several others disappointed and got whacked.
U.S. futures were suffering under the weight of a weak April jobs report.
U.S. stocks were near session lows as a disappointing snapshot of the labor market exacerbated worries over the economy.
Analysts were expecting the economy to add 200,000 jobs in April.
YELP posted first quarter adjusted earnings of $0.08 a share on revenue of $158.6 million.
Jim Cramer says TripAdvisor is a powerful tool, but that doesn't necessarily translate into a higher stock price.
A Yelp bidding war may be less likely than Einhorn expect, according to Cramer.
David Einhorn recently revealed that he's making a big bet on Yelp but Jim Cramer isn't a fan.
The positions David Einhorn announced at recent investment conferences have usually worked against him. Will this year be different?
There's a central bank shocker today. Australia has slashed its interest rate to a record low.
Cautious investors can use puts or put spreads with these names.
Take a rain check when it comes to investing in the local business review website.
Friday's selloff continued into the new week with investors panic selling over oil and global growth concerns in Monday's trading session.
Yelp earnings are out early: Preliminary fourth-quarter earnings per share came in at $0.11 vs. $0.12 consensus estimates. Revenues came in at $153.7 million -- $1.5 million above consensus.
"When are you gonna come down? When are you going to land? I should have stayed on the farm. I should have listened to my old man." -- Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road The TFANGs' bubble officially burst on Friday -- and "kaboom," thy name is L...
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer expects strong comparable store sales figures from grocery retailer Kroger (KR), but isn’t so fond of Fairway (FWM).
It all depends on price holding above a key area.
Some reconciliation is in order for the stocks that have been decimated this year.
Stocks rallied Wednesday as the veil of uncertainty over rates was lifted.
We believe firms that are creating innovative new products that solve a problem will be the next generation of growth leaders.
In Friday's Analysts' Actions, Wall Street firms are giving positive remarks on Yelp (YELP) and Medtronic (MDT) while another firm isn't too happy about GameStop (GME).
But the problem with trying to anticipate such a reversal is twofold.