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A Dow Chemical executive who was fired after being accused of engaging in unauthorized discussions with third parties about selling the company told CNBC's David Faber that "it never happened." Romeo Kreinberg, head of Dow's performance plastics operations and a 30-year company veteran, said accusations that he violated the company's code of conduct are "totally untrue."
Subprime lenders…tsk, tsk, tsk. The Dow was down anyway, but the mortgage delinquencies number, reported at noon, was higher than expected, and traders have been selling off ever since. But don’t damn the whole market...
After the trauma of a 416-point drop in the market, Cramer likes to go fishing – bottom fishing, actually. He has 25 years of experience angling through the wrecks of portfolios that belonged to less experienced fisherman and women, and today he’s going to share his secrets with you.
Cramer tells you what to do with AT&T, Retail Ventures, Choice Hotels and more.
A sharp rise in crude oil prices failed to deter investors on Tuesday as they nibbled at stocks ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates, set for release tomorrow afternoon.
Procter & Gamble and its smaller rival Colgate-Palmolive posted slightly better-than-expected quarterly profits, but the results failed to excite Wall Street.
Household products company Colgate-Palmolive said net income rose to $401 million, or 73 cents a share, from $361.2 million, or 65 cents a share, a year ago.
Maria Sharapova has endorsement deals with Nike, Land Rover, Tag Heuer, Canon, Motorola and Colgate. But I always thought she was missing the drink category. That will change likely tomorrow when PepsiCo is expected to announce a deal with the 19-year-old tennis beauty. Also, Michael Jordan and his wife have called it quits after a 17-year marriage. The timing of the announcement, just a couple days before the end of the year, was best for Jordan...
From the looks of it, the small cap sector is right on track to outperform large caps for an unprecedented 7th consecutive year. But will small companies be the better investment in 2007? Some big money investors don’t think so. On “Squawk on the Street” CNBC’s Mark Haines spoke with one such investor -- Bob Millen, Co-Portfolio Manager of the 4-Star Morningstar rated Jensen Portfolio.