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December 9, 2000 | Bloomberg News
TheStreet.com Inc. said co-founder and hedge fund manager James Cramer will become an advisor to Chief Executive Thomas Clarke. Cramer will join the financial news Web site in the nonoperational role next month, the company said. Cramer, 45, founded his hedge fund, Cramer Berkowitz & Co., in 1987. Cramer said this week that he's leaving the $400-million fund at the end of the year so he can focus on writing and spend more time with his family.
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December 9, 2000 | Bloomberg News
TheStreet.com Inc. said co-founder and hedge fund manager James Cramer will become an advisor to Chief Executive Thomas Clarke. Cramer will join the financial news Web site in the nonoperational role next month, the company said. Cramer, 45, founded his hedge fund, Cramer Berkowitz & Co., in 1987. Cramer said this week that he's leaving the $400-million fund at the end of the year so he can focus on writing and spend more time with his family.
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BUSINESS
December 31, 1999 | Bloomberg News, Times Staff
TheStreet.com Inc. founder and columnist James Cramer, never known to shy away from publicity, pulled out all the PR stops Thursday in a bid to breathe life into his company's ailing stock. The financial news Web site said Cramer will give up his $275,000 salary next year and instead take options for 30,000 shares in hopes the stock will recover. Cramer's options give him the right to buy TheStreet.com shares at $19 each. His options will vest in one year. The stock got a lift, rising $2.
BUSINESS
December 31, 1999 | Bloomberg News, Times Staff
TheStreet.com Inc. founder and columnist James Cramer, never known to shy away from publicity, pulled out all the PR stops Thursday in a bid to breathe life into his company's ailing stock. The financial news Web site said Cramer will give up his $275,000 salary next year and instead take options for 30,000 shares in hopes the stock will recover. Cramer's options give him the right to buy TheStreet.com shares at $19 each. His options will vest in one year. The stock got a lift, rising $2.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1998 | From Associated Press
CNBC-TV temporarily yanked a well-known guest analyst from the network Wednesday after ethics questions arose about whether he was commenting on a stock and attempting to trade it at the same time. Wall Street money manager James Cramer, who also frequently appears in print and on the Internet, was removed from CNBC while the business network investigates comments he made about the stock of Internet company WavePhore Inc. Cramer denied any wrongdoing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1991
How much school district money is being channeled to keep Catholic schools out of the California Interscholastic Federation? Seems to me that Orange County should have a better way to spend money. Catholic school sport attendance generates revenue. Wouldn't the public schools share in the gate receipts? Do we have a few vindictive people forcing their will on CIF decisions? JAMES A. CRAMER, Rancho Santa Margarita
BUSINESS
April 5, 2001 | Bloomberg News
TheStreet.com, a provider of business and financial information on the Internet, will fire about 40 workers, or 20% of its staff, and trim other expenses, Chief Executive Thomas Clarke said. The measures, which include job cuts across all departments, will result in annual savings of $15 million, Clarke said. TheStreet.com will reduce travel, marketing and contract-services expenses and sublease part of its New York office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1999
Why all the preoccupation with the peripheral issue, gun control, and not with the basic malady itself, i.e. hatred of the stranger, of the minority culture? Will gun control make a community a safe place to live, or a just and nurturing place? I think not! JULIAN WHITE Los Angeles To attack with intent to kill innocent children is demonic and cowardly. I will vote 100% down the line for the political party that will propose iron-clad gun control legislation. The political party that lacks the backbone to face up to the National Rifle Assn.
BUSINESS
May 11, 1999 | Bloomberg News
A big test of Wall Street's appetite for Internet stocks looms today, with the trading debut of online financial news company TheStreet.com. The firm raised $104.5 million in its initial stock sale Monday, pricing 5.5 million shares at $19 each, the top of the $17-to-$19 range set by underwriter Goldman, Sachs & Co. The stock will begin trading today under the symbol TSCM on Nasdaq. The New York-based firm, whose backers include New York Times Co. and News Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 2013 | By Rick Rojas
A federal grand jury has indicted 14 Inland Empire residents in a sweep of people accused of stealing government benefits or lying on passport applications, federal prosecutors said. Federal officials said Thursday that over the last two weeks, 13 indictments -- including one that charges two people -- have been issued. Eleven of the 14 who were indicted are charged with theft of government property, allegedly taking and spending government benefits to which they weren't entitled -- including cases in which the person took payments issued to dead relatives, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1998 | From Associated Press
CNBC-TV temporarily yanked a well-known guest analyst from the network Wednesday after ethics questions arose about whether he was commenting on a stock and attempting to trade it at the same time. Wall Street money manager James Cramer, who also frequently appears in print and on the Internet, was removed from CNBC while the business network investigates comments he made about the stock of Internet company WavePhore Inc. Cramer denied any wrongdoing.
BUSINESS
May 18, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
TheStreet.com Inc., a financial news Web site backed by money manager James Cramer, canceled a weekly TV show on News Corp.'s Fox News Channel after Fox criticized Cramer for his on-air recommendation that investors buy TheStreet.com's depressed shares. TheStreet.com on Wednesday said Fox News damaged its reputation and breached a contract by "changing a compliance policy" without previous notification. Fox News, in turn, said TheStreet.
NEWS
January 15, 2000
Guests scheduled for Sunday's television interview shows: MEET THE PRESS NBC, 7 a.m., Channel 4 (VCR Plus No. 37974) * Cuban National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcon, GOP presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) FOX NEWS SUNDAY Fox, 7:30 a.m., Channel 11 (VCR Plus No. 367142) * Alarcon; GOP presidential candidates Gary Bauer, Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), Alan Keyes; TheStreet.com co-founder James J. Cramer FACE THE NATION CBS, 7:30 a.m., Channel 2 (VCR Plus No. 53784) * Rep.
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