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We aren't done moving higher even with the president ready to strike at a moment's notice against any of our allies.
Bank earnings have kicked off. Rumors are picking up on Wall Street that General Mills could sell more assets. A Tesla nemesis talks with TheStreet. Happy Friday.
Market rally back on? Let's get real. Meanwhile, Papa John's founder John Schnatter is out as chairman after making racially insensitive comments.
Dunkin' Brands Group announced Wednesday it has appointed David Hoffmann as CEO. TheStreet talks with Hoffmann about the promotion.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that McDonald's Corp is the #11 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. McDonald's Corp also comes in above the median of analyst picks among the broader S&P 500 index components, claiming the #117 spot out of 500.
Jim Cramer weighs in on PayPal, U.S. Concrete, CSX, Goodyear, CBRL Group, Albermarle, LM Ericsson, GeoPark and more.
Jim Cramer uses PepsiCo's earnings, which crushed analysts' expectations, to illustrate why investors need to do their own homework to find real winners.
Now may be the time for the U.S. to start a trade war because its economy is stronger than China's and less dependent on exports, but the ending may not be in American hands.
Wendy's CEO Todd Penegor explains how the chain is driving sales via the brand's creative Twitter account.
LeBron James will play for the storied Los Angeles Lakers next season, his management group said Monday, ending months of speculation and setting-up a massive west coast rivalry between the four-time league MVP and two-time NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
Will the market finally start to shrug off trade war fears in the holiday shortened week? It's truly anyone's guess.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
Oh, say can you see … there's a lot going on next week?
The Jordan Brand is the Big Mac of Nike, but sales are down, on purpose.
Stocks posted gains Thursday afternoon, as investors began to discount the latest fears over trade tariffs and protectionism among the world's biggest economies.
The markets look so sloppy. The CEOs of Conagra Brands and Chipotle are two executives on a mission - investors should like that. Meanwhile, Amazon continues to innovate.
The pizza delivery industry has led in digital, but big players in the fast food space are coming to steal their sales.
The next market crash isn't a question of if, but when. Here's how to survive it.
Cheez Balls are back by popular demand, but they're not the first cult classic to make a return. Here are some of the most famous snacks to be resurrected.
Stocks will have a tough time staging a rebound, and the long-awaited General Electric breakup plan has been revealed. Yet, the market yawns initially.
Starbucks shares have continued their terrible week following news of CEO Kevin Johnson hitting the reset on Wall Street expectations.
Among positives we see, e-commerce related demand for corrugated boxes should boost the company's numbers.
Habit continues to execute on time-tested strategies.
Starbucks is without question the story of the day. Keep an eye on the coffee chain's stock following a bad news release. Another hot topic is GE getting the boot from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Global stocks bounced back Wednesday, with the hope of help from China's central bank boosting shares in Asia, but the aggressive trade war rhetoric between Washington and Beijing has investors on edge.
Starbucks will triple the pace of store closures in its coming fiscal year, while accelerating plans to expand in China, as intensifying competition and higher input costs slow its domestic growth forecasts.
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Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
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