NEW DELHI— Coca-Cola suspended bottling at three plants in India, including one in the parched northwest where farmers have been protesting the company's use of dwindling groundwater reserves. Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, which is a subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Co. based in Atlanta, said it was reorganizing operations across its 24 franchise bottling...» Read More
The produce industry — rocked by several major recalls in recent years linked to outbreaks of salmonella, E. coli and other bacteria — has been searching for a better way to wash its greens. Now, the nation’s leading producer of bagged salad greens, Fresh Express, says that washing them in a mild acid solution accomplishes the task. The NYT reports.
As stocks ended off session highs Wednesday, the traders discussed some stocks that caught their attention.
From oil to corn, the commodities sector is on fire. Gold, silver and copper are at all-time highs as the U.S. dollar loses value.
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to raise the maximum amount of ethanol that can be blended with gasoline for vehicles manufactured since 2007.
Extreme weather this year has sent grain prices soaring, jolting commodities markets and creating fears of tight supplies that could eventually hit consumers’ wallets. The NYT reports.
It has certainly seemed so lately. Cramer’s advice: Use that to your advantage.
Plus, a look at low P/E multiples, earnings and the ag market.
Monsanto has been buffeted by setbacks this year that have prompted analysts to question whether its winning streak from creating ever more expensive genetically engineered crops is coming to an end, the New York Times reports.
The "Mad Money" host explains what's important to watch for when companies report next week.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t quarters worth watching. Here are Cramer’s top picks.
BHP Billiton said on Friday it expected to lodge a motion within the next few days to challenge a lawsuit filed by Potash to fend off the miner's $39 billion hostile takeover bid.
San Diego County may be known for its famous coastline, but when it comes to fresh water, it has very little supply. Residents pay for water to be imported from the Colorado River and other areas. But some believe even higher prices are needed, which would encourage conservation and reduce water use.
Mike Sutherlin, CEO of Joy Global, talks candidly about takeovers with the desk.
Plus, get calls on retail, agriculture, housing and more.
Think you’ve got a hot tip on a buyout rumor? Think again. None of the rampant deal speculation in the market this month has come true.
An Iowa egg producer at the center of a nationwide outbreak of salmonella apologized to a Congressional panel on Wednesday and acknowledged that his family operation had become “big quite awhile before we stopped acting like we were small.” The NYT reports.
With the price of both corn and cotton higher, the traders game its effect on the food industry and retail space. So what's their trade?
Well, he always cautions against “loving” stocks, as they’re just pieces of paper. But he’s definitely bullish on these two companies.
A new breed of apple has been a hit with consumers lucky enough to find it. Cindy and Frank Femling, however, are among the growers who fear it could put them out of business.
Cramer thinks these multi-industry names will soon "hit the sweet spot."