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Will Kraft Heinz Buy Pepsico or Mondelez?

Will Kraft Heinz Buy Pepsico or Mondelez?

A big deal this year for Kraft Heinz is likely, says Stifel analyst, while a Morningstar analyst expresses skepticism

Creates Act Clears Committee Vote, Could Ease Way for Generic Drugmakers

Creates Act Clears Committee Vote, Could Ease Way for Generic Drugmakers

While the CREATES ACT passed out of committee in the Senate, Senator Orrin Hatch, who helped pave the way for generic drugs in the U.S,,voted against the measure.

Discount Retailers May Take Hit With Fewer Americans on Food Stamps

Discount Retailers May Take Hit With Fewer Americans on Food Stamps

When President Trump proposed a plan to cut back food stamp benefits in February, Dollar Tree and Dollar General's stocks dropped.

Retailers Safe, for Now, in Trump's Tariff Fight With China

Retailers Safe, for Now, in Trump's Tariff Fight With China

Retailers are relatively immune from the effects of U.S.-China tariff battles, but that could change.

Jim Cramer Reflects on Amazon-Whole Foods One Year Later

Jim Cramer Reflects on Amazon-Whole Foods One Year Later

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reflects on the one-year anniversary of Amazon's announcement of Whole Foods, which occurred on June 16, 2017.

3 Fierce Chinese Tech Stocks to Trade Right Now

3 Fierce Chinese Tech Stocks to Trade Right Now

Chinese stocks like Baidu are heating up right now. Here is why you should play China names despite a riskier broader market.

Subway Rolling Back Breakfast Offerings

Subway Rolling Back Breakfast Offerings

Subway is joining a list of companies that have come to the same realization about breakfast — it's a difficult market to get into.

Jim Cramer Reveals the Recipe for a Higher Stock Price

Jim Cramer Reveals the Recipe for a Higher Stock Price

TheStreet's Jim Cramer on what's driving the surge of Restoration Hardware shares.

Got Milk? Walmart Starts Production at its Own Dairy Plant

Got Milk? Walmart Starts Production at its Own Dairy Plant

Walmart's latest venture is food production at a new plant in Indiana.

Beer and Soda Prices Likely Heading Higher

Beer and Soda Prices Likely Heading Higher

The rising costs of aluminum, sweeteners and freight will likely result in higher beverage prices for consumers during the second half of this year analysts say.