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  • Dunkin' Donuts

    As Dunkin' Donuts faces continuing challenges from growing competitors, analysts hold little hope for turnaround.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 5- Mutual funds pitched to retail investors as hedge funds for the everyman promise to shield them from market gyrations, but many in 2015 proved just as exposed to market risks as their plain-vanilla counterparts. Last year, 64 alternative mutual funds were liquidated or merged into other funds, compared with 40 funds that were weeded out in 2014,...

  • With close to 40,000 deals announced thus far in 2015, the M&A volume rose 40.8 percent over last year to the record level, according to preliminary Thomson Reuters data, as some of the world's biggest companies pursued their matches. As a result, investment banking fees from completed M&A deals globally increased 5 percent year-to-date to $24.5 billion,...

  • With close to 40,000 deals announced thus far in 2015, the M&A volume rose 40.8 percent over last year to the record level, according to preliminary Thomson Reuters data, as some of the world's biggest companies pursued their matches. As a result, investment banking fees from completed M&A deals globally increased 5 percent year-to-date to $24.5 billion,...

  • Keurig Green Mountain Coffee Roasters single-serve K-Cup coffee capsules are shown in New York.

    Jim Cramer applauds the executives of these companies that have managed to put powerful deals together in order to escape the negative market.

  • NEW YORK, Dec 8- Taking coffee maker Keurig Green Mountain Inc private will give JAB Holding Co an opportunity to press for higher margins and even increase prices for the single-serve K-Cups used in about 21 million U.S. homes, analysts and industry bankers said. JAB said on Monday it would buy Keurig for $13.9 billion, its biggest acquisition in a quest to build a...

  • A Keurig Green Mountain machine

    Einhorn has been skeptical of the stock for years and took a bearish, or short, position on Keurig shares at an average cost of $102.

  • Offshore drilling platform

    European equities ended sharply in negative territory after a volatile day for oil prices and miners.

  • Keurig Green Mountain K-Cup coffee packs.

    Keurig Green Mountain has agreed to be taken private by an investor group led by JAB Holding for $92 a share in cash.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    U.S. stocks closed lower, weighed by a sharp decline in energy as oil plunged to a near-seven-year low.

  • *Brent crude nears 7- year low after OPEC meeting. Dec 7- Wall Street fell on Monday as energy and raw material stocks took a hit, with oil prices falling to their lowest in nearly seven years. Brent crude and U.S. crude extended their decline and fell as much as 5 percent, after OPEC's meeting last week failed to address a growing supply glut.

  • *Brent crude near 7- year lows after OPEC's meeting last week. *Keurig soars on $13.9 bln buyout offer. Dec 7- Wall Street was lower at the open on Monday as Brent crude prices fell to their lowest in nearly seven years after OPEC's meeting ended last week without a reference to its output ceiling.

  • *Brent crude edges to 2015 lows after OPEC's meeting last week. Brent crude prices was just a whisker away from their 2015 lows on Monday after OPEC's meeting ended last week without a reference to its output ceiling. "At this moment, a rate hike is a foregone conclusion and if the Fed misses the opportunity to raise again next week, it will reintroduce uncertainties...

  • Shoppers at an Apple store in New York

    As shoppers prepare to go after deals on Black Friday, "Fast Money" traders looked at stocks they can buy at a discount.

  • Coffee News

    With coffee, cocoa and dairy yields expected to be impacted by the weather event, higher input costs could hit companies, says Goldman Sachs.

  • Jim Cramer on the set of Mad Money

    “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on why the Treasury’s new rules don’t worry him over Allergan.

  • Keurig Green Mountain Inc. K-Cup coffee packs.

    Jim Cramer reviews the good, bad, hidden and ugly stock surprises of the day on Thursday.

  • *Best Buy, UnitedHealth fall after results. Nov 19- U.S. indexes wobbled on Thursday as healthcare stocks snapped a three-day rally after UnitedHealth cut its profit forecast, offsetting gains in technology and consumer stocks. Dow component UnitedHealth fell 4 percent to $112.49.

  • *Best Buy, UnitedHealth fall after results. Nov 19- Wall Street wobbled in early trading on Thursday as healthcare stocks snapped a three-day rally after UnitedHealth cut its profit forecast for the year. Dow component UnitedHealth fell 5.6 percent to $110.73.

  • *Best Buy, UnitedHealth fall after results. *Keurig Green Mountain, Salesforce up on results. "This week, the bulls are back in control of the market and we've almost recovered, if not on track to recover, all of last week's losses and then some," said Adam Sarhan, chief executive of Sarhan Capital in New York.