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Coca Cola has agreed buy Costa Coffee for $5.1 billion from U.K. based Whitbread.
Starbucks is reportedly testing lower calorie, lower fat frappes. The company will have to do a lot more to jump-start its lagging stock price.
Campbell Soup shares continue to be under pressure as investors frowned on its new restructuring plan. Should investors make a bet on a turnaround?
We are taking funds from Friday's PEP exit and scaling further into our most recent initiation.
Markets pushed higher this week with the S&P 500 hitting a record high and showing resilience through several politically volatile events.
The combination of these two sales on strength will replenish our cash position and provide us with additional flexibility.
How did PepsiCo perform for shareholders versus Coca-Cola, over the past dozen years?
We think DIS's roughly 3% post-earnings pullback is an attractive entry point to start a position.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Two companies, PepsiCo and Constellation Brands, are disrupting their own businesses and getting no credit whatsoever for doing so.
The acquisition is PepsiCo's largest in eight years and marks outgoing CEO Indra Nooyi's last big move.
PepsiCo makes a big deal for SodaStream. The markets will have lots to digest in the coming days, including the Jackson Hole gathering and retail earnings.
PepsiCo got its week started on a high note by announcing the acquisition of SodaStream for $3.2 billion.
Foot Locker is scheduled to report on Friday, August 24.
Estee Lauder posted a top and bottom line beat on Monday.With the rise of selfies, millennials are putting on makeup before the snap their pictures. This trend is helping to boost the bottom line of Estee Lauder.
The acquisition is a parting shot for a CEO that transformed Pepsi's health profile
We will use this morning's strength to continue our push of selling PEP at incrementally higher prices.
The markets are back to feeling good after an early August selloff. But buyer beware. Meanwhile, PepsiCo is making deals.
Tesla shares were down in premarket after reports that the Saudi Arabia sovereign wealth fund was in talks about investing in rival Lucid Motors.
U.S. stock futures rise on Monday as investors await trade talks between the U.S. and China later this week; Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will deliver a speech on Friday in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; PepsiCo reaches a deal to buy SodaStream for $3.2 billion.
These consumer products names are the comeback kings of this market.
Thanks, Omarosa. And you too, Bob Mueller, for distracting the president this week from trade wars and tariff skirmishes and allowing investors to make some money.
We heard earnings from portfolio holdings Nvidia and Nordstrom this week, with one report bullish and the other bearish.
Donald Trump identifies Indra K. Nooyi as the CEO who sparked his interest in reviewing how frequently public companies should have to release their financial results.
We still like PEP, but think Thursday's market rally and CEO Indra Nooyi's looming departure give us a window to raise some cash.
Retail earnings are in full swing with results from Walmart and J.C. Penney. All eyes still on the cannabis space. Big day for tool king Stanley Black & Decker.
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