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Happy Birthday Bull Market: TheStreet Takes a Look Back ... and a Look Ahead

On March 9, 2009, all three stock indices fell to the bottom as a result of the financial crisis. In our Special Report, TheStreet's staff looks back on where they were then and we we are now. Watch.

Jim Cramer: Las Vegas Sands or MGM Resorts Could Buy Wynn Resorts

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Las Vegas Sands and MGM Resorts could buy Wynn Resorts

Video: Jim Cramer Is Surprised By Weaker Wage Growth

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was surprised by the weaker wage growth seen in February's jobs report given the host of companies that have been raising wages.

5 Key Numbers in the February Blowout Jobs Report

The U.S. added jobs in February at the fastest pace in a year and a half. Watch our video to learn what other numbers increased and are key to our economic growth.

Video: Why the February Jobs Report Won't Spark Faster Fed Hikes

The February jobs report was released Friday, showing 313,000 nonfarm payrolls added to the economy.

Germany's Call to Action and 4 Other Stories You Must See Friday Morning

Stocks traded mixed as investors weighed a potential summit between North Korea and the U.S. as the world reacts to Trump,s tariff announcement.

How To Trade Friday's Job's Number

TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer and a panel of top experts discuss how investors should be positioning their portfolio for March in this month's Trading Strategies session. In this clip above, listen to them discuss how to play the market with Friday's jobs number looming.

Women Live Longer Than Men and Need to Invest More, Celebrity Author Says

Women live longer than men and need to invest more, according to one celebrity personal finance author, who spoke to TheStreet during Women's History Month.

Video: How to Trade Friday's February Jobs Report

The stock market awaits Friday's February jobs report. A rise in wages may spark volatility in the stock market.

Marriott CFO Says It's 'Too Soon to Tell' How Trade War Might Impact Business

With over half its pipeline overseas, Marriott is 'keeping an eye on' the possibility of trade policy trouble, finance chief Leeny Oberg tells TheStreet.