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Yale University professor and CNBC contribuor Jeff Sonnenfeld weighs in on GOP Debate mention and Carly Fiorina's record.
Jim Cramer gives his take at lightning speed to caller favorite stocks, including this one that is red hot buy right now.
Starbucks founder and CEO Howard Schultz tried to ease customers' market jitters.
The “Mad money” host Jim Cramer on why China poses an especially big threat to this stock right now.
Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on working with competition to hire disenfranchised youth in the U.S.
Starbucks' Howard Schultz says in The New York Times that although he will not run, he's concerned with the quality of candidates.
Former NBA star Vin Baker is now training to manage a Starbucks franchise in Rhode Island, the Providence Journal reports.
A White House economic adviser and the cabinet secretary say helping disadvantaged kids get jobs will help speed up the recovery.
The company also announced on Thursday that it would be repurchasing another 50 million shares as part of its buyback program.
After companies dumped Trump due to offensive remarks toward Mexican immigrants, could more follow suit after his comments on veterans?
"Fast Company" writer Austin Carr, explains why Starbucks' CEO Howard Schultz is personally interested in race issues.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shares his take on the group that could help the world and your wallet.
Jim Cramer speaks exclusively to the CEO and COO of Starbucks on its revolutionary music deal. Is Starbucks be changing the face of loyalty programs?
Howard Schultz, Starbucks CEO, discusses what drove the company's strong quarter and "stunning performance." Schultz also provides perspective on employee tuition reimbursement and Starbucks' rewards program, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer turns your attention to a social star that may be ready to roar.
Denise Lee Yohn, author of "What Great Brands Do," discusses Starbucks' "race together" campaign. Many are saying it was a good intention but bad idea. Hayley Peterson, Business Insider, weighs in.
You’ve been waiting months for the answer on oil, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s got the answer.
Jim Cramer spoke with Howard Schultz on the new "Race Together" initiative for Starbucks, and what this could mean for the country and company.
Howard Schultz speaks to Jim Cramer about new initiative for Starbucks' baristas across the country writing "race together" on coffee cups to increase awareness on race relations.