MOD Pizza's CEO Scott Svenson said the pizza chain will raise wages to $15 an hour over the next two and a half years.
MOD Pizza's CEO Scott Svenson said the pizza chain is ready to take on the challenge of the $15 an hour minimum wage hike.
The trading panel discussed why utilities might be better to buy than financial stocks if interest rates go up.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses the market's retest of its Black Monday bottom, and taking a break from worrying about China.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass warned that in current conditions, most people shouldn't be playing the markets, and reflected long and deeply about speculation.
A second proxy adviser, Institutional Shareholder Services, joined the chorus of Bank of America investors who oppose recombining the roles of chairman and CEO.
Investors eagerly await details of a new Apple iPhone next Wednesday.
Cramer believes in active money management, staying nimble and flexible to always keep your money working for you and not against you.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq each declined by more than 1% Friday.
Its Banana Republic brand also saw an ugly drop in same-store sales but its Old Navy sailed through August.
U.S. markets ended Friday's trading session in the red after the release of a jobs report that missed expectations.
Gap (GPS) is struggling as the clothing retailer reports another month of disappointing sales.
Cramer says Palo Alto is the 'premiere cyber security stock,' so its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings are worth watching when the company reports Wednesday.
Cloud computing plays have been hot in the financial markets, but has recent volatility changed anything?
After two weeks of volatile swings, equity traders on Friday were forced to contend with another day of turbulent markets.