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Carl Icahn says he will no longer fight Dell's takeover by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners. The Deal's Jonathan Marino explains.
After weak reports from Macy's and Wal-Mart, more earnings from the nation's retailers are set to roll in.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price behavior in the major asset classes. Fare you well, my honey, fare you well my only true one. All the birds that were singing are flown, except you alone. Going to leave this brokedown palace On...
Stock buyers are back after Thursdays selloff helped by Pandora's jump higher. Dell's disaster continues and China has a fat finger trade.
Stocks are selling off fairly strongly today as buyers seem to be away on holiday, according to Jon Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners.
Let's take a peek at the price behavior of the major asset classes during the overnight and early-morning sessions. "Stocks sank on Wednesday due to concern that the Fed will announce a QE tapering at next week's Jackson Hole summit; and there were ...
Let's take a peek at the price action of the major asset classes overnight and this morning. Talkin' to myself and feeling old. Sometimes I'd like to quit; Nothing ever seems to fit; Hangin' around, nothing to do but frown; Rainy days and Mondays al...
Dell's Straw Poll, Not-So Golden Grahams, First Solar Dims and Loeb Lays Low highlight Gregg Greenberg's Dumbest Things this week.
All-coach airline JetBlue Airways announced it's adding a business-class cabin that will include 16 lie-flat seats on cross-country flights.
July jobs report forecast lifts futures, LinkedIn jumps on earnings, Michael Dell ups the ante and Moto X is here.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures up 2; Nasdaq futures up 8; Nikkei up 3% (yen hit by 1.7% overnight); China Shanghai flat; European markets mixed (no follow-throug...
Some believe it'll jump-start PC sales, but more likely it will constitute a mere seasonal bump.
Menthol Madness, Cool Hand Cohen and Dell's Thin Dime highlight Gregg Greenberg's list of the 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week.
Michael Dell and Silver Lake have increased their offer for Dell by ten cents and the shareholder meeting is delayed until August 2.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in some of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +5; Nasdaq +24, as Apple (AAPL) moves in after-hours trading; Nikkei -; European markets +; crude flat; gold +$5; and 10-year ...
Dell shareholders decided to push the ownership vote off until next week, giving Michael Dell more time to grab votes.
For ownership of Dell, Jim Cramer prefers Carl Icahn over Michael Dell. But if the founder sweetens his bid, he'll probably win.
Dell's shareholders have to decide between Michael Dell and Silver Lake or Carl Icahn. TheStreet breaks down the options for investors.
Gartner reports that PC shipments continue to tank as tablet sales take over.
The S&P 500 enjoyed a third straight day of gains Monday as 10-year Treasury yields stabilized and investors braced for earnings season.
Dell gets buyout approval from ISS, while Priceline is priced higher by traders. Focus is on earnings and not the Fed for a change.
Weekly jobless claims fall helping to nudge the four-week moving average lower while the U.S. trade deficit widens. Jeanne Yurman reports.