Before you get too excited about Friday's move, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer puts it in context.» Read More
Dustan McCoy, Brunswick chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on where he sees consumers spending their disposable income.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Boats and yachts have been among the slowest purchases to bounce back since the crisis. But there are signs the turn is near.
Don’t resent those chic people sipping champagne as they cruise around in their motor yachts. They could help you make money.
CNBC's Bob Pisani talks to Brunswick CEO Dusty McCoy about boats, bowling and billiards, in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
The rich really are different from the rest of us. And you can profit from them.
Darling, do tell, how is the high-end consumer doing? We check in with Cramer's Gatsby Index, a composite of 13 stocks used to gauge high-end trends.
How’s the economy affecting the better set? Cramer said these 13 stocks tell all.
A flood of earnings reports, including major technology and industrial companies, could make or break the stock market’s surprise January rally in the week ahead.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
On Monday’s broadcast Jim Cramer suggested another super storm play – one that’s largely gone unnoticed.
LAKE FOREST, Ill.-- Boat and sporting-goods maker Brunswick Corp. posted a 57 percent drop in third-quarter earnings Thursday as large restructuring and other charges limited its gain. The company said net earnings for the July-through-September period were $2 million, or 2 cents per share.
Cramer explains how to profit from the profligate spending of the wealthy.
Shares of many luxury-goods purveyors are up by double-digits over the past three months. One analyst from TheStreet.com details nine stocks that could benefit from wealthy people paying up for name-brand goods.
With the boating industry forced to trim costs and woo a more value conscious consumer, there’s a boat for every budget.
The recreational boat industry is out of troubled waters, but the recovery has been spotty and uncertain—good news for bargain-hunting boat buyers.
Even at manufacturing companies that are profitable, union workers are reluctantly agreeing to tiered contracts that create two levels of pay, the New York Times reports.
It's a buyer's market at the 2010 Miami International Boat Show, as companies lower their prices and offer more features as options to appeal to a struggling consumer.
Brunswick has rallied 15 percent in three days, causing one big investor to bet that the debt-laden speedboat maker may have run too far.