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Cramer on how 3 major deals made him check his discipline

Jim Cramer says three tie-ups, including the potential deal between T-Mobile and Sprint, justified his bullishness in a red-hot market.

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3 major deals made Cramer check his discipline

Jim Cramer says three tie-ups, including the potential deal between T-Mobile and Sprint, justified his bullishness in a red-hot market.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer on how 3 major deals made him check his discipline

Jim Cramer says three tie-ups, including the potential deal between T-Mobile and Sprint, justified his bullishness in a red-hot market.

Source: CNBC.com

Red-hot Nvidia gets its most bullish Wall Street call yet due to A.I.

Evercore ISI is optimistic about Nvidia's market opportunity in artificial intelligence after meeting with the company's management.

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Red-hot Nvidia gets its most bullish Wall Street call yet due to A.I.

Evercore ISI is optimistic about Nvidia's market opportunity in artificial intelligence computing after meeting with the company's management.

Source: CNBC.com

Chuck Schumer on hot mic: Trump 'likes us'

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's candid thoughts on President Donald Trump got caught on a hot mic Thursday.

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Goldman: We messed up on this red-hot chip stock, time to buy it now

Goldman predicts Micron will generate earnings above Street expectations in fiscal 2018.

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How this three-person craft beer brewery surged to national fame in just four years

Fonta Flora Brewery has built such a strong reputation in the beer world that Morganton, N.C. has become a hot destination for thousands of beer lovers.

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Amazon tricked by fake law firm into removing a hot product

An Amazon merchant said his hottest product was kicked off Amazon because of a complaint made by a fake law firm.

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Amazon was tricked by a fake law firm into removing a hot product, costing this seller $200,000

The case of Brushes4Less, an Amazon seller punished because of a complaint from a fake law firm, could undermine faith in the e-commerce marketplace.

Source: CNBC.com