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Whole Foods profit topped Wall Street's expectations, ringing up earnings of 64 cents per share. Charles Grom, senior analyst at Deutsche Bank, weighs in.
In a wake of a warning letter sent to them by the FDA, some companies whose pre-workout or weight loss products include the ingredient DMAA, are starting to move on with life without it.
A warning letter written by the Food & Drug Administration last week to ten companies that produce pre-workout supplements with the ingredient dimethylamyamine (DMAA) has sent shockwaves through the industry, not only to the producers of the products but to consumers who have taken them.
CNBC's Darren Rovell reports on how shares of GNC Holdings and Vitamin Shoppe are holding up since Amazon.com announced they will be pulling products containing DMAA.
CNBC's Darren Rovell reports Amazon.com is pulling all products containing DMAA, an ingredient the FDA stated does not derive from a plant.
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Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
While some have called Coke's further investment in Zico the next step to making it the next great beverage, others say coconut water, which has been heavily marketed as nature's sports drink, might be at its peak today.
The vitamin supplements industry is "one of the safest industries that exist," despite lack of Food and Drug Administration oversight of its products, GNC CEO Joseph Fortunato told CNBC Tuesday.
If strong sales have piqued your interest in retailers, trade the space like this.
How is the global growth story going to be resolved? We're again near new highs, but so far in March it's the defensive names that have advanced, like Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble. The market leaders earlier in the year were largely global commodity and industrial companies such as Caterpillar, but now those names have either moved sideways or declined in March over concerns on global growth.
Take a look at some of Tuesday morning’s early movers:
When GNC hit the market in April, it had its fair share of critics. But GNC has emerged as the top IPO in a year where six percent less money was raised than 2010, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Although tech and energy make up 57 percent of the deals this year, the most successful IPO, based on price appreciation, is GNC, a nutritional-product retailer that went public back in April for $16 a share and is up nearly 75 percent since then.
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Just a decade ago, sports drink consumers pretty much had one Gatorade option — full calorie Gatorade. Brand managers at the time reasoned that the formula for the masses didn't need to be changed. The Gatorade formula designed by four University of Florida doctors in 1965 was still perfect athletes of all shapes and sizes. But the business quickly changed.
Stocks target highs with jobs on the horizon, Irish banks quake in their boots, GNC faces the market—and what's happening in Omaha? Here's what we're watching …
Here's what you should be watching Thursday, March 30.