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Sorry Thomas Edison, It Could Be Lights Out for GE's Consumer Lighting Division

As new GE CEO John Flannery attempts to bring GE into the future, it might be time to flip the switch and sell the aging company's consumer lighting division?

How to Recession-Proof Your Portfolio: Our Top Columnists Talk Trading Strategies for June

June marks the eighth anniversary of the Great Recession coming to an end.

Expect a Divided Federal Reserve After the June Rate Hike

Former NYSE trader Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle said that market volatility depends on the Federal Reserve.

European Stocks Slide As Investors Remove Risk After A Three-Day Break

European Stocks Slide As Investors Remove Risk After A Three-Day Break

Bunge's Stock Spikes on a Reported Takeover Bid From Glencore

Shares of Bunge spiked more than 15% Tuesday afternoon.

Jim Cramer: Deere Had a Very, Very Strong Quarter

Deere crushed its latest quarterly results, according to TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Cramer: Whole Foods Needs to Understand Only Comparable Sales Matter

Comparable store sales, like organic growth numbers, don't lie.

Trading Strategies: Higher-Paying Jobs Have Been Replaced by Lower-Paying Jobs

Unemployment has come down, but the quality of jobs has also been decreasing.

Jim Cramer Is Watching Quarterly Results From Whole Foods and Cimarex

Jim Cramer expects a decent quarter from Whole Foods.

India's Domestic-Demand Stocks Go Vertical

Since the demonetization shock late last year, the Indian stock market has recouped its losses, and then some. Housing-related shares haven't hit their roof yet.