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Shares of cannabis player Tilray continue to be smoking hot. Here's what investors are buying into.
The approval Tilray Inc. received to import a cannabis-based product for a clinical trial in the U.S. propels higher shares of marijuana-related companies, including two in our portfolio.
Expect more companies to join Coca-Cola, Molson Coors and Constellation Brands in checking out the market.
Aurora Cannabis denies reports it was in talks with a beverage company to produce cannabis-infused drinks.
Jim Cramer says Wall Street isn't very worried about tariffs. He highlights the stocks with China exposure and looks at the potential impact.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at PayPal, Senseonomics, Idexx Laboratories, Sonos, Denbury Resources, Apptio, Invitae, Wayfair, JD.com, and McDonald's.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Monday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Coke and Pepsi are up since I first recommended them, while Outfront Media is down but still pays a hefty 7.17% dividend.
Coca-Cola is reportedly talking to Aurora Cannabis about creating cannabis infused drinks.
A tie-up between the two could mark the first major U.S. firm to establish a line of CBD drinks.
The latest reports about Coke looking into cannabis confirms a broader industry trend.
There is no denying the obvious consumer demand. There is no denying legal trends.
Not every cannabis stock was strong on Wednesday. One significant Canadian name sure was though.
Moody's and Zacks aren't seeing the potential for CBD drinks or even THC drinks.
The Coca-Cola Company today announced that John Murphy, president of the Coca-Cola Asia Pacific Group, will present Sept.
In the latest ‘soda wars’ only Keurig Dr Pepper’s yield really pops.
Shares hit the snooze button on Friday's deal.
The Coke Deal's reach extends beyond the two parties involved.
Stocks see late rebound even as trade tensions persist ahead of holiday weekend.
Beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo used August to spend some cash on companies. Who is winning in the battle of the deals, and why?
Coca Cola has agreed buy Costa Coffee for $5.1 billion from U.K. based Whitbread.
Coke's acquisition of Costa is a strategic move to expand into coffee -- and China.
Despite $5.1 billion deal for Costa, I'm not slurping any KO up.
Coca-Cola continues its transformation under CEO James Quincey. Did you catch what Warren Buffett said?
Price has weakened, maintain sell stops below $44.50.
Coca Cola's multi-billion dollar move is indicative of the new, aggressive company under CEO James Qunicey
Warren Buffett is always on the hunt for big deals, is he nearing something big soon? Coca-Cola purchasing the Costa coffee brand is a good one.
Global stocks retreated for a second consecutive session Friday as investors reacted to aggressive comments on trade and tariffs from President Donald Trump.
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