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This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
Which Halloween candy is the most popular in your state? The answer might come as a spooky surprise.
Stocks hold at session highs as a two-day tech rally extends into a third and better-than-expected earnings from Mondelez and Kellogg sweep the consumer staples sector higher.
Stocks are mixed as a surprise selloff in Pfizer shares weigh on the Dow Jones Industrial Average but tech gains keep the Nasdaq in the green.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, setting up for a recovery from losses a day earlier as U.S. central bankers convene for a policy meeting.
The obstacles to making winning investments are so powerful these days that you have to wonder why anyone even bothers to try; I say ignore them.
U.S. stock futures are lower on Monday.
This is not necessarily something to fear, but must be understood.
President Trump tweeted Sunday that reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is about to unseal an indictment are a partisan distraction from his legislative achievements.
The impact of a string of devastating hurricanes in late August and early September will again be the focus of investor attention in the coming week.
Halloween candy doesn't always boost candy company share prices. Here are five examples of how tastes differ in the candy market.
Jim Cramer looks at Amazon, Alphabet, Intel and Microsoft and says his biggest problem in analyzing them is that they are such visionaries, he just can't keep up.
Sales and profits were both up during the chocolate company's third quarter.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Amgen and Procter & Gamble.
Nutella maker Ferrero will add brands including Trolli, Lemonheads and Red Hots as it targets the U.S. confectionery market.
14 'Joy Ambassadors' from 10 countries participate in signature skills-exchange program focused on business immersion, leadership development and volunteerism
The company will pay $600 million, or 5 times projected 2017 sales, for protein bar brand Rxbar.
The investment bank released a report on activism, noting that $45 billion has been deployed so far in 2017, nearly double what was allocated in all of 2016.
Kellogg CEO John Bryant is retiring, joining the moves of General Mills' and Mondelez's CEOs as well. There's a changing of the guard at these once-mighty food giants, Jim Cramer says.
Big food is under siege for a variety reasons. And as a result, shares of the biggest food names around could drop further.
Cramer reflects on why the magic of the food portion of the consumer-products stocks seems to be gone and also explores how China could affect the North Korea situation.
The magic of this portion of the consumer-products stocks seems to be gone.
Under pressure from activist investor Dan Loeb's Third Point, Nestle identified coffee as one of the fast-growing segments in which it would focus its capital allocation.
Stay defensive on MDLZ.
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