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Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey is hard at working trying to take the storied beverage giant to the next level. TheStreet talks with him about fourth-quarter results and the year ahead.
Wall Street had more to love this Valentine's Day. Here are the biggest market-moving stories from a wild week.
Even amid Coca-Cola's 6% organic revenue growth in its most recent quarter, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer prefers PepsiCo's stock.
It's Friday and that means it's time for a little fun. Did you know that the price of panties is plunging? True story. Meanwhile, here are some quick things to know about markets this week. To be sure, stocks have enjoyed quite the bounce.
Why is everyone so surprised that January's CPI came in hotter than expected? Have you listened to earnings calls from packaged food companies?
It pays to have access. And in this case, it was great to catch up with Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and PepsiCo's CFO Hugh Johnston immediately after earnings.
Under Armour shares surge following the release of fourth-quarter earnings. Is the performance apparel and sneaker company on the road to recovery? TheStreet talks with founder and CEO Kevin Plank.
The volatility seen across global stock markets in recent weeks illustrates the important role dividend stocks play in a portfolio.
Stocks ended higher on Tuesday.
The Dow spent most of the morning in the red before turning around in the afternoon session.
With the return of market volatility, investors need to prepare for the inevitable plunge. Here are several tips.
Jim shares his thoughts on a number of subjects including Pepsi earnings, inflation and our latest bullpen additions.
The market is doing its best to get its groove back after a vicious selloff last week. PepsiCo also did its best to quiet Wall Street concerns over its growth outlook.
While results and guidance were relatively in line, we think management has set PEP up for a beat down the road, and we have raised our price target.
PepsiCo reported a mixed quarter amid challenges in supermarket aisles. Meanwhile, is the stock market correction over?
The beverage and snacks company tops earnings estimates in the fourth quarter but sales slow at its beverages division.
Wall Street futures were down Tuesday as the dollar saw modest losses against most major currencies.
U.S. stock futures are under pressure on Tuesday, following strong gains on Monday that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average rise more than 400 points.
The next rally in PEP should reveal the longer-term direction for the food and beverage company.
Want a real rip-snorter? Imagine if you get rates down.
Jim discusses our First Data Corp exit, his interview with Broadcom's CEO, Nvidia, and his Real Money article from earlier today.
U.S. markets looked set to start the week in positive territory, giving a reprieve to investors after markets last week saw their worst period in two years
The stock market looks to recover from a week of wild swings. Major indices kick off the week in correction territory and will be forced to deal with several key earnings reports.
Fed members commented on the market selloff this week with little alarm, but Deutsche Bank has calculated just how far markets have to fall before the central bank takes notice.
Jim Cramer tackles the volatility issue and outlines the game plan for next week.
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