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Smith & Wesson is up almost 60 percent so far this year, but one strategist thinks it could be doomed thanks to 3-D printing.
Those days of pounding the bottom of that ketchup bottle may be over if a new product succeeds in hitting the mainstream.
Unconventional concepts are stimulating the centuries-old fragrance industry as companies seek to spice up product offerings, a new report shows.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Video game Lego Dimensions lets users animate real Lego figures of movie characters. New York Times reports.
FDA never publicized that popular supplements contain a chemical nearly identical to amphetamine. New York Times reports.
Celebrity-backed streaming service Tidal has already sailed in to choppy waters, with Twitter users already complaining about its cost & piracy risk.
Fast food giant McDonald's is betting on premium burgers and launching new sirloin burgers made with 100 percent sirloin.
The restaurant chain has the strongest fans, according to a recent report. CEO Kent Taylor reveals the secret to its success.
Amid grim projections for first quarter GDP growth, "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play consumer-driven companies.
The number of Cuban-Americans who support the decision to normalize relations with Cuba now stands at 51 percent, up from 44 percent in December.
Nobody outside Tesla appears to know what its new mystery product will be. But there's reason to believe it's some kind of battery.
E-cigarettes may have been marketed as a healthier option to cigarettes, yet, a new report shows that 1 in 5 U.K. teenagers have tried them.
Stephen Hawking, the world’s most famous theoretical physicist, has become the latest celebrity to apply for trademark of their name.
The total volume of carbonated soft drinks sold slid 0.9 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to a report.
Countries facing potentially pricey legal challenges from big tobacco firms are to get help from a fund created by Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg.
Apple is reportedly in talks with programmers to offer an online TV service—a service that could help sell more devices.
The world's most persecuted fruit can be found in Indonesia, the Global Post reports.
NYC is confronting a menace that has gummed the gears of plumbing networks around the world: the common wet wipe, the NYT reports.
British politicians are expected to approve laws to enforce plain, standardized packaging for cigarettes.