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Pepsico and Yum! report earnings Tuesday.
When the facts change, investors need to change their minds, Cramer says.
For Tuesday October 6, TheStreet is paying close attention to two big companies coming out with their latest financial data as earnings season starts to pick up once again.
The Los Angeles Times reports Santa Monica, Calif.-based Lionsgate is in advanced talks to merge with Starz.
AT&T rose after it reached the 'best deal in the industry' on Viacom's TV brands for its DirecTV subscribers, and BlackBerry climbed amid positive previews of its new Priv smartphone.
It's the one-year anniversary of Apple Pay this month and so far the results have been distinctly underwhelming.
Apple and Google were once again named the world's top global brands, and Twitter gained as it named Jack Dorsey as its CEO.
DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman, bowing to pressure led by activist shareholder Nelson Peltz, said should would resign from the global chemical company.
EOG Resources (EOG) stock closed up on Monday as oil prices gained on lower U.S. production.
Illumina (ILMN) stock is declining in after-hours trading after the company announced lower than expected fourth quarter guidance.
Pepco Holding (POM) shares closed trading up after the company's pending $6.8 billion merger with Exelon (EXC) came closer to being approved by the D.C. government.
The market's late summer squall carried over into September, but not all individual investors ran for safety. Some took advantage of folks exiting their positions to pick up popular names.
Major retailers are switching to EMV systems that increase the security of transactions. The move highlights National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
The rally today appears to be an upside breakout from its sideways market.
DuPont (DD) stock is gaining in after-hours trading after the company announced CEO Ellen Kullman will leave the company on October 16.