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No matter how challenged the market may appear, there are always stocks that Cramer thinks are worth owning.
Happy is an animated Happy Meal box with a set of teeth on the front and a pair of cartoon arms and legs.
Burger King is scrapping its 40- year-old 'Have It Your Way' slogan in favor of the more personal 'Be Your Way.'
At least 11 people are sick in four unnamed states with E. coli infections, Food Safety and Inspection Service officials said.
Blowtorches, tweezers and glue: These are just a few of the items used to create mouth-watering restaurant ads.
It's last call for more of New York's Irish pubs as rising rents and changing tastes shutter some bars.
Maybe AT&T can give DirecTV the firepower to get the NFL Sunday Ticket renewed, an analyst tells CNBC. "If they were to lose that package, that would have been catastrophic."
A new e-commerce venture, Harry's, is reinventing the $2.4 billion men's shaving market by controlling the customer experience. Can it beat Goliaths?
In addition to customer data points, there is an enormous amount of money to be made for businesses catering to the cash-free consumer.
A long-held desire to get ahead of key business trends drove a $48.5 billion dollar deal under which AT&T will acquire DirecTV, the firms told CNBC.
Disneyland announced big increases to its ticket prices Sunday, evidence the massive upgrades made to the parks during the recession are paying off.
Square Feedback is a new service that allows merchants to receive instant customer input as part of the payments process.
More sedans come equipped with all-wheel drive, something you'll want for a wet road.
Gérard Depardieu introduced Welcome to New York in Cannes, a truth-based drama inspired by the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal.
AT&T plans to pay $48.5 billion to buy top U.S. satellite TV operator DirecTV, in a bid for growth beyond a competitive cellular market.
General Motors has now recalled more than 11 million vehicles in the U.S. this year.
Since 1969, millions of cars have been recalled after being deemed threats. CNBC.com takes a look at these cars, from the 1971 Pinto to this year's growing list of recalls.
JC Penney shares jumped on a very strong earnings report Thursday night. Jan Kniffen of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide, doesn't see a bankruptcy risk for the company.
To understand how General Motors failed to address major safety problems, you have to examine the culture there before Mary Barra became CEO.
GM is recalling about 8,200 midsize cars to fix a break problem. It's the sixth recall announced by the company this week and the 24th this year.