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There's more holding back bank shares than a flat yield curve.
The market gets ready to trade a potential trade war with China. Struggling General Electric will see its shares hover around a two-month low on Friday - talk about a vote of no confidence in CEO John Flannery.
In a market obsessed with passive money, traders just can't seem to get it right with Kohl's and Nordstrom.
Specialty retail is indeed a tough area, but in classic form, markets have overly punished a number of them.
Jonathan Bush isn't the only CEO looking for a new job this year.
After 40 years leading the charge for premium coffee, the executive chairman's pending exit will leave a void and an opportunity.
Starbucks shares edged lower after the world's largest coffee chain announced the surprise departure of executive chairman Howard Schultz.
Howard Schultz is out and Myron Ullman is in. Here's what you should know about the new chairman of Starbucks.
One by one, in what is a very short period of time, Dick's checked off every single box needed to stymie Amazon from crushing it.
From Netflix to Kraft Heinz, these names look good.
The market punished the consistent companies and rewarded the turnaround stories on Wednesday.
The insurgent behind Pershing Square accumulated about $1 billion worth of shares. He also backs Marvin Ellison, a Home Depot veteran tapped to be the company's next CEO. Ellison is taking on the company that he helped build into a powerhouse.
Jim discusses what he is seeing in retail, Comcast's pursuit of Fox assets, and more on the market. He also answers a club member's question on bank stocks!
Your best defense against markets that twist and turn in undesirable ways is to know what you are trying to accomplish.
Jim Cramer says if you really want bigger gains than you can get from riding a hot stock, you have to buy the cold stock of a once-hot company that could flame up.
Here's what you need to know for Tuesday, May 22.
Watch our quick video to get a glimpse into Ellison's past at J.C. Penney.
It's never a good time to lose a respected leader, but Marvin Ellison's departure means J.C. Penney's future will be especially wobbly.
Time to jump right in and got through the top stories of Tuesday, May 22.
It's important to know the difference between broken stocks and broken companies.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss oil prices, bullish market signals and medical diagnostic plays.
Departure of CEO only adds to the gloom surrounding shares of the retailer.
Lowe's announces that Ellison will be taking over as the home-improvement retailer's chief executive.
Winter snow and ice will likely form part of the discussion on Tuesday, May 22, when department-store owner Kohl's reports earnings.
With age, comes wisdom, sometimes. Macy's is the older sister (159 years) to J.C. Penney (116), yet there was more than age at play in this week's earnings reports for each.
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