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The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends Monday in the red, its eighth day of losses in a row and its longest losing streak since August 2011.
Stocks are mixed on Monday as Wall Street shakes off worries over the way forward for the Trump White House.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average stumbled triple digits to begin the week after Republicans shelved an unpopular health- care bill on Friday.
Stocks fall on Monday morning as Donald Trump's failure to push through health care reform raises doubts over his ability to enact other promised changes.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Adobe, a downgrade for KB Home and new coverage of Starbucks and Snap.
Cramer shares his views on what to do as the Trump rally fades, and also discusses how Five Below will become a retail go-to name.
The outgoing executive rips the coffee brand's critics.
The world's largest retailer still gets no love from New York City, not from the mayor, the unions or some consumers.
Starbucks has added some new options to its food menu in order to keep customers in its stores.
Look ahead, Jim Cramer says. This might be a good time to buy industrials, financials, FANG, and tech opportunities.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Sirius XM Radio, Kratos Defense and Security, and Marriott International.
Google faces some tough decisions as the boycott of its YouTube network by advertisers continues to grow.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer discusses the hottest stocks of the day on our daily Facebook Live show, airing weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
The chairman and CEO will stay at Disney through July 2019, giving the company's board a second chance to find a successor.
These restaurants are puptastic.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses the challenges Starbucks faces with its mobile payment program.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Thursday's most talked about stocks including Ford, Starbucks, FireEye, Norfolk Southern and Micron Technology.
You heard that right.
Incoming CEO Kevin Johnson tells Jim Cramer that Starbucks is committed to hiring veterans.
Jim Cramer says the stocks bouncing back are the ones with strong earnings and which have nothing to do with Washington.
The company will open 3,400 stores in the U.S. and 2,600 in China.
Here comes some new efforts.
COO Kevin Johnson will replace longtime CEO Howard Schultz, who will remain with the coffee giant as its executive chairman.
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) today hosted its 25 th Annual Meeting of Shareholders, with more than 3,300 partners, shareholders, invited guests and board members in attendance.