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Morgan Stanley argues that the market has adjusted for Starbucks' slowed growth rate.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Autodesk, Burlington Stores, Alibaba and New Relic.
This is a peculiar point in the calendar when there's no news, but plenty of volatility.
How news and information affected Starbucks, Southwest, Newell and Magellan.
An estimated 4.9 million young Americans ages 16-24 are not in school or employed, including nearly 10 percent of young adults in the Washington, D.
Some millennial public relations experts say consumers should be wary.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Priceline, Disney, Starbucks and a few other companies.
Markets see volatility as geopolitical tensions rise. We closed out one tech position and initiated another.
The coffeehouse company entered the Chinese market 18 years ago.
Analysts at Barclays aren't quite ready to upgrade shares of the coffee giant but remain intrigued with its growth prospect.
TJX and financials are trading well this morning, and some oil stocks are getting a reprieve from last week's declines.
The company wants people to view the stores as a destination for coffee.
Strong earnings and guidance lift markets. We drop a couple of names from the portfolio.
From Starbucks to IBM, artificial intelligence is hot.
The Lamborghini is a rolling piece of fine Italian art, and people took notice.
Restaurant Brands CEO Daniel Schwartz made a rare appearance at TheStreet.
You'd be surprised with some of their beverage attempts.
Starbucks' post-earnings flush dropped the stock down to its initial 2017 lows. Is a rebound developing?
Cramer shares his views on how to buy on weakness like a pro and discusses the state of some tech stocks that are rallying.
Sears is struggling.