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Herbalife (HLF) stock was trading higher in Friday's extended session after Carl Icahn said he purchased another 2.3 million shares of the company.
The Federal Reserve's second rate hike since the Great Recession could come as soon as next month.
Stocks remain in the red on Friday after Federal Reserve vice chairman Stanley Fischer raises the possibility of a September hike.
U.S. indices were rising after Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech, but talks between Icahn and Ackman has put Herbalife back in focus.
Shares of Herbalife were lower Friday after reports that billionaire investor Carl Icahn was looking to sell his 18% stake in the global nutrition company.
The embattled activist investor predicts rival billionaire insurgent Icahn is looking to sell some or all of his 18% stake in the nutritional supplements distributor.
Stocks add to gains on Friday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes the case for another rate hike.
The markets await a closely-watched speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later today.
Pershing Square Capital Management CEO Bill Ackman told CNBC that billionaire investor Carl Icahn is trying to get out of his position as the largest stake holder of Herbalife (HLF)
Stock futures slip as investors await key rate-hike clues from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen later in the morning.
Pershing Square's Bill Ackman told CNBC that Carl Icahn offered to sell his stake in Herbalife (HLF).
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn reportedly talked about selling his stake in Herbalife (HLF) recently.
Wall Street will look to comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen on interest rates; futures are higher; Carl Icahn recently discussed selling his stake in Herbalife, a report says.
Despite the negative press, this direct selling juggernaut is poised for a turnaround.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including downgrades for CBOE, Herbalife and Lam Research, and an upgrade for SeaWorld.
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Herbalife (NYSE: HLF), a global nutrition company, has won approval from China's Ministry of Commerce to operate in three additional provinces with a population of about 57 million, which will contribute to our growth plans...
Both are examples of too much analyst negativity, Cramer says.
Plus, hats off to Fill or Kill on Lululemon.
Cramer shares his views on how survival depends on effective Internet use. Walmart, Amazon and Nordstrom are among the stocks discussed.
The Internet is a beast. If you don't feed it, it will eat you alive, Cramer says.
Stocks are narrowly mixed Thursday with crude oil failing to give a boost despite big gains for its second day in a row.
The FTC slapped Herbalife with a $200 million fine and told the company to reorganize its business, but CEO Michael Johnson said the settlement is a 'positive.'
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said burdensome bank debt prevents Herbalife from buying back shares of stock.
Stocks edge lower on Thursday morning after factory orders in June fall and an unexpected rise in jobless claims worry investors ahead of Friday's jobs report.
Investors who buy the stock now are fueling a short-squeeze, Cramer warns.
Herbalife (NYSE: HLF), a global nutrition company, today announced its newest skin product in the U.