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In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how his near-term strategy and why Twitter will continue to fly solo.
Take part in a mini retail revival ahead their earnings season in early August.
Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman are just a few of the many activists former Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Family Dollar Jim Snyder has dealt with.
The e-commerce giant is reportedly planning to introduce new lines of private-label goods, including food, in the coming weeks.
Shares of traditional retailers are getting slaughtered this week while Amazon has been hitting record highs. Does any other retailer have a chance?
Is J.C. Penney the first victim of election-year retail woes? According to one report, retail sales have tended to slow in recent election cycles.
2015 was a rough year for specialty retailers as online giants like Amazon continued to threaten their existence.
Analysts expect the company to earn 87 cents a share on revenue of $5.1 billion for its fiscal third quarter.
Cramer remains optimistic on the dollar store despite missing earnings estimates because it has the right products for a frugal economy.
Dollar Tree, H&R Block and Ambarella report earnings while automakers will reveal how many cars and trucks they sold in August. Also expected are two indices of manufacturing data.
On Tuesday September 1, investors will have a big batch of economic data to digest along with a few more quarterly earnings reports.
Auto sales and the ISM manufacturing index are among the data to be released Tuesday with the government's August jobs report at week's end.
For the week of August 31, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Dollar Tree (DLTR), Costco (COST), Campbell Soup (CPB) and Verifone Systems (PAY).
Jim Cramer is looking to see if Dollar Tree grabbed market share or if the dollar-store group as a whole is sliding.
After Dollar General's (DG) revenue miss and the decline of its stock price, TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he's keeping an eye on Dollar Tree (DLTR) earnings next week.
With its purchase of Family Dollar now approved by federal regulators, Chesapeake, Va.-based Dollar Tree is well on its way to higher heights.
The online retail giant isn’t the only company facing bad employee reviews of its workplace.
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U.S. stocks survive Greece's 'no' vote with only minor losses, but oil prices weren't as lucky.
U.S. stocks move deeper into the red as Greece's debt woes push crude prices below $53 a barrel.
It took almost a year to get the deal done, but now the merged company faces an even bigger challenge, analysts say.
Stocks were down across the board in midday trading Monday as a Greek exit from the eurozone looks more and more likely.
U.S. stocks pare earlier losses on Monday as investors hope the debt-laden nation and its creditors take action to avoid an exit from the eurozone.
The future value of the combined Family Dollar and Dollar Tree merger supersedes any near-term earnings shortfalls from Family Dollar.
U.S. stock futures fall after Greek voters reject proposed austerity measures.
Discount retailer Dollar Tree (DLTR) won antitrust approval for its planned $9.2 billion buyout of Family Dollar (FDO).
Family Dollar Stores, Inc. (NYSE: FDO) today reported that net income per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2015 ended May 30, 2015, was $0.
Investment pros like Warren Buffett, Leon Cooperman and David Tepper are trimming their positions in some of the same stocks, though they're not selling out entirely.