Everything Jim Cramer said on 'Mad Money,' including Cisco's quarter, Viacom CEO, trade war divides
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down how Cisco's stock woes reflect other tech stocks, sits down with Viacom CEO Bob Bakish to talk streaming and the merger with CBS, and explains why the U.S.-China trade war could be at risk of dragging for years.
Taylor Swift accuses Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun of blocking her from performing her old music
Tylor Swift's public feud with music industry executives Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun continued Thursday when she claimed on social media they were blocking her from performing her old music at the American Music Awards.
Cramer: Ideological divides could make the US-China trade war 'go on for years'
"If I were the Chinese, I would rather deal with Trump now, than Trump or Warren later," the "Mad Money" host says.
Cramer's lightning round: I want you to buy CVS
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
Jim Cramer: Cisco, enterprise tech stocks 'turned into market punching bags'
"The market wants nothing to do with tech companies that serve the enterprise, but ... it loves the consumer," the "Mad Money" host says.
Viacom CEO: We will bring a 'different approach' to compete in streaming
When Viacom and CBS merge in December, the reunited entity will combine "free and paid" products to reach "the widest accessible market," Bob Bakish tells Jim Cramer.
States' massive Google antitrust probe will expand into search and Android businesses
So far, the investigation, which is being led by Texas' attorney general, has explicitly focused on Google's advertising business.
FDA flags Dollar Tree for selling over-the-counter drugs from companies with 'serious violations'
Dollar Tree sold over-the-counter drugs from foreign companies with "a pattern of serious violations" of federal law on good manufacturing practices, the FDA alleges.
Vaping cases continue to climb as health officials struggle to rein in outbreak
Federal health officials have been trying to control an outbreak of a mysterious lung disease since the summer.
Cigarette smoking rate hit record low last year as more people quit
Some 13.7% of U.S. adults, or 34.2 million people, said they smoked last year, according to the CDC.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Cisco, Viacom, HP, Kraft Heinz & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading:
Consumer Reports puts Tesla back on recommended list as reliability improves
Tesla jumped four spots in the latest Consumer Reports Reliability Survey, based on reviews from owners of more than 400,000 vehicles.
Lloyd Blankfein mocks Elizabeth Warren after attack ad: 'Maybe tribalism is just in her DNA'
"Maybe tribalism is just in her DNA," Blankfein says in an apparent dig at Warren's much-criticized claims of Native American ancestry.
Onetime marijuana high-flyer Canopy Growth tanks 17% after bigger than expected loss
CEO Mark Zekulin says the quarter has been challenging for the Canadian cannabis sector broadly due to slower-than-expected expansion on marijuana retail stores.
Serena Williams, Usain Bolt among seed investors for online sporting event company Let's Do This
The company, which wants to become the Amazon of experiences, announced a $15 million Series A funding round this week.
Executors of Jeffrey Epstein estate want to set up compensation fund for his sex abuse victims
Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, died in August from what has been ruled a suicide while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges.
Last-minute shoppers will make or break the holiday season for the toy industry
There are six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, which means retailers should anticipate a last-minute rush for toys.
Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez unveil $180 billion 'Green New Deal' for public housing
The bill is the latest effort by the Democrats to bring Green New Deal policies into housing policy. It would retrofit 1 million units of federally owned housing.
Walmart is a grocery powerhouse — and it still has room to run
Walmart's strong food business has been a key factor to recent sales gains, and this latest quarter was no different.
Vape shop owners on edge while Trump administration wavers on banning flavored e-cigarettes
The Trump administration in September said it would ban all non-tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes. Two months later, it appears to be reconsidering.
Tennis legend and investor Andy Roddick: This is the 'most powerful thing you can be'
You need figure out what your financial plan is, says former U.S. Open champ Andy Roddick.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon: 'We need even more progress on Walmart.com'
Walmart says it still has work to do online even though its e-commerce sales jumped 41% during the third quarter.
'The American Dream is alive and well,' says billionaire GoDaddy founder and wounded vet
Bob Parsons, also a major philanthropist, explains how he went from being "dirt poor" to succeeding in business.
Credit Suisse says Tesla is running out of time as the major electric car maker – shares to dive 40%
Credit Suisse on Thursday noted that Tesla has nearly an 80% share of the U.S. market for electric vehicles.
5 things to know before the stock market opens Thursday
U.S. stock futures were under some mild pressure Thursday morning, with dueling concern about U.S.-China trade and optimism around Walmart.
IBM hopes to change weather forecasting around the globe using big data and a new supercomputer
The system is called GRAF, or Global High Resolution Atmospheric Forecasting, and will have many applications globally for governments and industries.
Walmart earnings beat estimates, shares rise on higher outlook ahead of holidays
A strong grocery business helped Walmart's online sales grow 41% in the third quarter, fueling an earnings beat.
Ford's first all-electric SUV, the Mach-E, will be a Mustang
Ford's Mach-E SUV marks the first time the Mustang name is being used on a vehicle other than the two-door pony car since it debuted in 1964.
London is testing on-demand public transport services that you can book with an app
Technology is changing the way people move around towns and cities.
Hyundai will make its Santa Cruz pickup trucks at its Alabama plant in 2021
After an unexpectedly long delay, Hyundai has given the go to build a new compact pickup truck, a version of the Santa Cruz concept from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, at its Montgomery, Alabama assembly plant.