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Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how he had one of his best days in recent memory, and warns you not to look in the rear view mirror.
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Private equity-backed consumer products company ThreeSixty Group will pay $100 million for the quirky gift retailer in its second sale outside of Chapter 11.
Investors should be concerned that earnings are declining while revenues are flat.
Conagra Brands should increase margins next year because of its spin-off of Lamb Weston Holdings and tighter focus on its core business.
Jim Cramer ponders how it's OK again to like stocks (count your blessings), and points out that with Icahn advising Trump, banks are the way to bet.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average looked as though it would easily notch its 20,000 milestone this week, though fading momentum in the back-half put those plans on pause.
In fact, there has been quite a bit of rational behavior meted out to certain stocks and sectors.
Get used to some down days, says Jim Cramer, but don't lose sight of the success for financial stocks.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average couldn't catch a break on Thursday as it moved further from the elusive 20,000 milestone.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreats further from the elusive 20,000 milestone on Thursday.
There are reasons why days like this happen -- and they're always going to happen.
Jim Cramer points to Bed Bath & Beyond's struggles with Amazon when breaking down its earnings miss.
Stocks hold lower on Thursday, putting the Dow Jones Industrial Average further from its hard-to-reach 20,000 milestone.
Like other retailers, Bed Bath & Beyond has struggled against Amazon, but Cramer says the company can turn things around.
There is a dearth of retail experience on its board during a period of major industry disruption.
Stock futures turn higher on Thursday after third-quarter GDP is revised to show even better growth than expected.
After a deep gap lower, Bed Bath & Beyond will remain under intense pressure.
Uber halts a test program in San Francisco after the state revoked the registration of the vehicles involved.
Bed Bath & Beyond reported third-quarter earnings of 85 cents a share, missing Wall Street's projection of 98 cents. Revenue came in below expectations.
The home goods retailer also expects full-year earnings at the low end of its previous outlook.
Technical charts show the retailer's struggles. The company reports earnings late Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed a day after the Dow comes very close but fails to cross the psychologically important 20,000 level; Nike shares rise following the company's earnings beat.
On Wednesday, December 21, investors await quarterly earnings from Bed Bath & Beyond.
Jim Cramer likes Paychex and Accenture heading into earnings, but does not care for Bed Bath & Beyond.