04/18/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Booyah: Dissecting Jim Cramer's New Contract

Ever since (TSCM) issued this press release yesterday announcing that it had inked a new contract with Jim Cramer, there's been no shortage of stories about the deal -- most of which note the higher salary and the end to the temporary contracts. Love him or hate him, there's few people on Wall Street who generate that kind of buzz.

But with the help of 10KWizard's CompareWizard feature, it's actually possible to compare Cramer's current contract with the one filed back in August 2005. Here's a brief rundown of the more interesting new tidbits, many of which seem to focus on what happens if is acquired, another popular topic of periodic discussion:

•If is acquired or the definition for change in control is met in some other way, Cramer's presence on the site is not a given. As the filing notes, "Cramer shall have no obligation whatsoever to write for any such products."