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From virtual reality ordering to meal shopping wine and food events.
Hershey will cut 15% of its workforce to amp up its profitability.
Good luck finding a Hershey bar outside the U.S.
Despite Kraft Heinz-Unilever misfire, there are still promising candidates on the menu.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including upgrades for CSX and Hershey, and downgrades for Frontier and Workday.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Hershey, Nvidia, Accenture, Cheniere Energy. He's bearish on Emerge Energy and Seaspan.
Don't get upended by the rhetoric. The transports are confirming, banks are solid, there's a genuine uptick in commerce and earnings are strong, says Jim Cramer.
The dollar is gaining against the euro and other currencies, driving down the costs of chocolate, roses, and champagne. What's not to love?
Valentine's Day is around the corner, but are love-related stocks a good investment?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Friday above the 20,000 level for the first time in a week as financials rallied on the promise of relaxed regulations.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above the 20,000 level again on Friday as a pending pause of banking regulations gives the financial sector a boost.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above the 20,000 level again on Friday as a potential repeal of banking regulations gives the financial sector a boost.
Stock futures hold higher on Friday after the U.S. economy adds far more jobs in January than anticipated.
Hershey (HSY) reported better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter.
We already have slow economic growth and inflation is rising, albeit slowly.
U.S. stock futures and European shares rise, led by banks, on a report the president plans to roll back some financial sector regulations put in place following the global crisis.
The chocolate company will gain its fourth CEO in 10 years, who'll preside over an overhaul of the company's charitable trust board and the fallout from a rejected takeover offer.