The list of must-read books coming out this week really span the gamut from real estate secrets to decoding bitcoin.
Stocks endure a volatile week with benchmark indexes whipsawing from positive to negative and back again.
Home sales may be rising, but falling inventory poses challenges for buyers.
Stocks are mixed on Friday following a massive rally a day earlier in response to the European Central Bank's quantitative easing plans.
It's time to buy foreign currency as the dollar is ready to dip again: a technical and fundamental analysis.
Lower gas prices are making even the least fuel efficient SUV more affordable to drive, meaning consumers could potentially save thousands in annual fuel expenses.
E*Trade Financial shares surge after the online trading company says it received approval for its capital plan restructuring. Here's what analysts said.
Verizon CFO says despite increased customer 'churn' his company is 'a leader not a follower.'
Howard Schultz assured Starbucks investors and analysts that "Mobile Order and Pay" will produce positive, material effects on sales once rolled out broadly.
Skyworks Solutions posts strong results, due in large part to what many believe is strength in Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Google's investment in SpaceX comes as the space exploration company's founder toys with the notion of creating a constellation of satellites that can transmit local and long-distance Internet traffic.
BlackBerry continues to be of interest to Samsung Electronics, based on an investment bank's document that outlines ways a deal could be struck. eBay soars on a stock buyback plan.
Oil stocks tumbled on Friday following the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' decision to not cut oil production to address oversupply. Here's what analysts said.
Valero Energy (VLO) shares are rising after the energy company raised its quarterly dividend by 45%.
There should be no alterations in oil policy from Saudi Arabia, but be cognizant of any cabinet changes, specifically oil minister Al-Naimi.
The tidal wave of low oil prices is washing away U.S. economic growth and we shall soon see how like Russia we are a petro state.
With the company actively buying back its stock and paying a 3.5% yield, GE is worth considering.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about the very distressed oil companies working in U.S. shale.
GE remains a solid dividend payer and its industrial focus makes it a compelling long-term buy.
The company is tapping into this fast-growing segment. Its efforts have already begun to pay off.
This cigarette company has a lower price-to-earnings ratio than its peers despite a 4.7% dividend yield and 7.5% expected earnings-per-share growth rate.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about holding CEOs accountable and the currency headwind caused by the strong dollar.
Cramer likes BioMarin over Juno Therapeutics, Cypress Semiconductor over Micron Technology and Take-Two Interactive over Zynga.
It's earnings, earnings and more earnings for Cramer next week.
It is a world turned upside down; the flows are all over the place.
Cramer prefers Constellation Brands over Anheuser-Busch, says Blackstone is the only private equity company worth recommending and thinks Flextronics should be higher.
McDonald's has a host of new things in the works to reverse its ugly sales trends. But the look of its restaurants may be standing in the way.
When estimates come down that's a signal to trim positions.
Cramer says Avnet is doing all the right things and First Horizon National is a terrific regional bank.
The following Kimberly-Clark (KMB) conference call took place on January 23, 2015, 10:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Honeywell International (HON) conference call took place on January 23, 2015, 09:30 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Most advertisers aren't deterred by the increasing cost of a 30-second TV spot for the Super Bowl. One big exception is automakers.
TrueCar participated in the sale of more than 600,000 new cars in 2014, its first year as a public company, said its founder and CEO Scott Painter.
The new Verizon Vehicle connected car subscription service is set to begin this spring.
Within five years, there will be about 150 million connected cars in the world, up from today's 23 million, industry experts say.
The global auto market should grow about 2% in 2015, predicts Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, who also discusses the range of GM's new Chevy Bolt.
Just five companies have accounted for 35% of all Super Bowl commercials within the past five years. Chances are, you're familiar with their best work.
Chinese consumers, rather than spending freely with their growing wealth, are actually being cautious about purchases.
LDC will take the English city's complex into private ownership for the first time, but Birmingham retains the ownership of the land and some rights over its use.