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Apple may not be bowing to Carl Icahn, but Tim Cook knows a deal when he sees one: he's bought $14 billion in Apple shares lately. Jon Marino covers this, and more, from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
Inflation drops more than expected in the United Kingdom, and the OECD reports optimism on eurozone growth.
Markets remained flat Monday as traders await earnings from major retailers. Grier Eliasek, President of Prospect Capital, talks BDCs.
A few more earnings roll in next week, including reports from big retailers Macy's, Kohl's and Nordstrom.
Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, explains why she prefers shares of Twenty-First Century Fox over those of Disney.
Goldman Sachs remains too risky to own despite its Street-beating Q2 results, says Brian Frank, portfolio manager of the Frank Value Fund.
Earnings season continues next week, with investors paying close attention to reports from Disney and Groupon.
After founding, leading and selling StubHub to eBay for millions, Jeff Fluhr talks to Rocco Pendola about that experience and his new company, San Francisco-based social video platform, Spreecast.
Jim Cramer looks at whether a new season will bring renewed enthusiasm and excitement to the Philadelphia Phillies franchise. Cramer and TheStreet's Debra Borchardt break down opening day.
Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt - the man who turned MySpace around and sold it to News Corp - talks tech with Rocco Pendola.
A closer look at the biggest new positions for Dan Loeb's Third Point.
Most of us aren't used to giving companies the benefit of the doubt. That's why it's so hard right now.
Today's statement from the ECB tells us that U.S. investors should be on alert once again.
Jim Cramer thinks News Corp. will deliver on its plan to increase its sports exposure, which will benefit the stock.
Ford announced its developers program at CES, partnering with The Wall Street Journal, Amazon.com and others as it brings connectivity to the car.
This investment pro may not be as high-profile as others, but he sure can pick 'em.
ESPN's sports monopoly might be in Jeopardy, as Fox transforms it's auto-racing channel Speed into Fox Sports 1, an all-sports network.