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James J. Cramer

August 28, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Liberal Losses

You may think you want a Democratic Congress. But if you care about your wallet, watch what you wish for.

July 17, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Big Good Ben

Fed chairman Ben Bernanke is no Alan Greenspan. For a while, that looked like bad news for the economy and stock market. Not anymore.

June 12, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Hank Will Hammer ’Em

Former Goldman Sachs CEO Henry Paulson is a major-league hard-ass with serious Wall Street credibility. In other words, he’s just the Treasury secretary we need.

April 10, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Stop the Presses

The New York Times is ditching its hallowed stock quotes and putting them online. Now they should make the whole paper digital.

March 13, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Sun Kissed

Solar-power and other alternative-energy stocks suddenly appear to have a bright future. Even W. is warming up to them.

February 13, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Incorrect Investing

Or, how to stop worrying and love the morally reprehensible stocks that are thriving in the business-friendly Bush era.

January 9, 2006 | The Bottom Line
General Motors Goes Bankrupt

CITIGROUP MERGES WITH GOLDMAN SACHS. And other business-pages headlines we expect to see in 2006.

December 26, 2005 | Reasons to Love New York
Because a Dozen Krispy Kremes and a Few Good Stock Picks Can Make You $2 Million a Year

123 Reasons to love New York.

December 5, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Unplugged

Can the cable companies fend off the iPodization of the tube?

November 7, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Sell American

The U.S. stock market was once the darling of global investors. Now it’s the Free World’s worst. Thank you, Mr. Bush and Mr. Greenspan.

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