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'Let’s say she won the battle, but Ellen Kellman lost the war to Nelson Peltz,' said Cramer.
PepsiCo (PEP) reported third quarter profit Tuesday that beat expectations.
The race is on for retailers and credit card companies to switch to EMV technology.
Jim Cramer said he's 'thrilled' about Twitter's (TWTR) appointment of Jack Dorsey and CEO, saying he can end the turmoil at the micro-blogging site.
Twitter (TWTR) named Jack Dorsey as CEO, Ben Bernanke said more finance executives should've gone to jail following the financial crisis and Peltz's Trian Fund takes GE stake.
The stock market’s bumpy September ride is not creating significant turbulence for private jet travel provider Wheels Up.
Millennials seeking cool, new experiences are trying bowling - believe it or not. And that’s why Bowlmor AMF is on a roll, said the company’s CEO Tom Shannon.
Wayback Burgers may launch an IPO in 2016, potentially seeking to join the crowded space of fast-casual burger chains.
KITCO NEWS — Despite gold’s weakness as markets kick off the fourth quarter, the World Gold Council (WGC) says there is still a case to hold the yellow metal.
Twitter (TWTR) shares spiked Wednesday on reports co-founder Jack Dorsey will assume the position of permanent CEO.
KITCO NEWS — Despite gold’s drop to a two-week low Wednesday, US Global CEO Frank Holmes says that the metal may be ‘on sale.'
The economy of the Dominican Republic, which has seen a tourism boom in recent years, could grow by 7% this year.
Tesla Motors (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk unveiled the electric automaker's first SUV - the Model X.
Birchbox is taking the beauty industry by storm.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said the all-new 2016 Altima has a better looking design but the biggest differentiator between the new car and its competitors is performance.
Executives in the News
A large-scale recall in a new product category for General Mills could hurt cereal sales just as they were improving.
In the competitive supermarket aisles, a 102-year-old consumer products company is managing to win due to a barrage of new products.
Customers may be balking at the higher prices being adopted in anticipation of higher wages, suggested CEO Nigel Travis.
Coca-Cola's new Kold machine, created in partnership with Keurig, allows people to make Coke at home. The product's high price tag is only one obstacle, however.
Global warming is affecting the world's supplies of water, and with that comes risk to the packaged food industry.
Finish Line shares were sent sharply lower in response to its latest earnings. The company's CEO admits that it's now time to deliver.
The giant cruise line beat earnings estimates for the third quarter, but investors seem more concerned about the outlook for Europe.
General Mills trounced Wall Street's profit forecasts on Tuesday, in large part due to a turnaround in its cereal business.
Dunkin' Brands Inc. has taken the wraps off several key new menu items in its bid to stay differentiated in the competitive fast food business.
General Electric announced this week that longtime Chief Marketing Officer Beth Comstock has been named a vice chairman. She's the first woman to hold the position.
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