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Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Dr. Pepper Snapple and Expedia, a downgrade for Nutanix and new coverage of GoPro.
The packaged food giant secures an investment in a plant-based protein bar maker.
The once-beleaguered company is continuing its amazing comeback in a quarter of tripled profits. Here's why investor need to get "busy with the fizzy" now.
Fourth-quarter results are in, proving yet again why PepsiCo beats the fizz out of Coca-Cola.
Shares of Dr Pepper Snapple were lower during the trading session on Tuesday after the company reported an earnings miss for the fiscal fourth quarter and issued downbeat full-year guidance.
The beverage company sees full-year earnings below analysts' estimates.
She should shift focus away from interest rates to the Fed's huge balance sheet.
U.S. stock futures are declining Tuesday while European and Asian shares trade mixed ahead of congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Brand explores new direction with integrated campaign positioning 7UP as a not-so-secret ingredient
Fed Chair Janet Yellen will give her two-day semiannual monetary policy testimony, while major economic data will drive markets.
Avon, Revlon, Iconix and Coca-Cola European Partners were the top players in January.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 12/30/2016 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the S&P 500 by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.
A selloff in crude oil proves another roadblock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average's pursuit of 20,000.
Goldman is neutral on the beverage sector, but sees Dr Pepper Snapple going higher as Coca-Cola continues to struggle in 2017
Stocks trade mostly lower Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking a pause in its race toward 20,000.
These stocks are showing off short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
As Americans turn away from fizzy drinks and an increasing number of cities levy taxes on them, major soft drink makers are expanding their product portfolios.
President-elect Donald Trump vowed to repeal the Trans-Pacific Partnership and overhaul the United States' relationship with trade partners like China and Mexico.
Dr Pepper announced it will buy Bai Brands. Have you tried its drinks?
Coca-Cola's deals team may want to look to competitor Dr Pepper Snapple Group for inspiration.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group makes a splash in the flavored water market by scooping up Bai Brands for $1.7 billion.
The break below the April low this week opens up the possibility of a deeper decline.
Helping Families Learn the Fundamentals of Healthy Eating by Cooking Together
Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) reported 2016 third-quarter results that were above analysts' expectations and raised its full-year earnings forecast.
Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) is considering a bid for antioxidant drink maker Bai Brands and could value the company at as much as $1.5 billion.
Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) will post its 2016 third-quarter financial results before Thursday's market open.
All the major market benchmarks fell on Tuesday, but a few stocks posted even bigger declines. Should investors make changes to their positions as a result?
Pepsi's new organic Gatorade has started to trickle into stores. TheStreet gave it a taste.