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European, Asian Indices Rise before Yellen; L'Oreal Treats Itself to Stock Purchase

Stocks rise as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen will deliver her first testimony to Congress.

Coke Gets a Pass in Bottle Bill

Hint, a 25-person company that sells natural bottled water, feels the brunt of a new regulation in New York, while large companies sneak through.

Small Candy Makers Sell Chocolate Experience

Small candy makers are competing with Hershey and Nestle by targeting specific customers with events and special packaging.

Wall St. Confidential: Cramer Picks Apart Kimberly-Clark's Report

Plus, a look at other household consumer product stocks across the board.

Wall St. Confidential: Cramer Says Bet on Chips

And that makes Texas Instruments a 'screaming buy,' Cramer says.

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Gap Stock Slumps On Wider Q1 Loss, Grim Profit Outlook As Shoppers Shun Casual Apparel

"Supply chain challenges and persistent delays significantly limited the brand's responsive abilities" to changing consumer trends, CEO Sonia Syngal told investors Thursday.

Big Lots Stock Crumbles After Surprise Q1 Loss As Inflation, Gas Price Surge Bites Spending

"We believe the slowdown was caused by the spending pressure our consumers felt from higher gas prices and broader inflation," said CEO Bruce Thorn.

Costco Beats Q3 Sales Forecast, Membership Revenues Near $1 Billion

Costco took in $984 million in new membership fee in its fiscal third quarter, helping the bulk retailer top Street forecasts for topline revenues.