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Appian shares surged some 35% on Thursday following the company's public debut on the Nasdaq.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Salesforce is making a move against Oracle ORCL and SAP SAP.
A repatriation holiday could be a huge boon for American companies with foreign cash hoards.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
You think the exchange is overvalued? I don't, and here's why.
Private prison stocks lead the rally in TheStreet's Trump Portfolio
One-time high flier Cisco is now just a value trap trading below where it was 10 years ago.
During his campaign, Trump proposed a 45% tariff on China.
It's OK to continue to trade ORCL from the long side, but raise sell stop protection to $43.
Tech spend is off the charts, which is one more indicator that people are optimistic.
The move to stocks like those of Micron or Oracle, which recently reported good numbers, usually doesn't happen so early in the day.
Get your plan in place, but understand that the Republic is not in jeopardy.
The company is trying hard to make its various products for marketing and advertising pros work well together, as well as with offerings from peers.
The image of a weakened president is having a widespread effect.
Adobe's Creative Cloud suite is expanding the company's paid user base, and increasing how much revenue it gets from existing customers over the long run.
It's a reinvented company with great scale and it will ignite another move in the group.
Oracle has joined its brethren: These 4 tech powerhouses are back, and they are buys.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said Oracle's latest quarter was a breakout one.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Thursday's most talked about stocks.
President Trump's budget proposal contains sharp cuts to the State Department, the Arts, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
On Wednesday, March 15, investors await the Federal Reserve's March statement.
16 executives from companies like Boeing, General Electric, Oracle and Pfizer sent a letter to congressional leaders on Tuesday supporting the House GOP tax plan.
These former tech stars have ridden rocky waves to come out on top, rewarding patient investors along the way.