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Shares of Hain tumbled more than 6% on Wednesday after the company released earnings. Is the dip an opportunity?
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Cramer believes there’s always opportunity in the market. You simply have to know where to look.
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CNBC's Melissa Lee visits health food maker Hain Celestial's headquarters to chat with CEO Irwin Simon about holiday sales, and whip up some tasty treats.
The snowstorm moving through the Midwest and aiming at the Northeast this weekend shouldn't hurt holiday shopping too much, said the founder of Jarden.
Irwin Simon, chief executive of natural and organic foods company Hain Celestial, explained to CNBC why the prospect of weekend snow is good for his business.
Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial CEO, explains how his business is poised to take on the New Year, as more consumers look for healthier food options. And Simon reveals how Amazon has become a big customer for Hain.
Buoyed by the recent $600 million acquisition of Earthbound Farm, WhiteWave Foods represents a hot play in a hot sector, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Four stocks in the market are the subject of intense skepticism. Jim Cramer's not sure that they should be.
The Street often calls hedge funds smart money. But Jim Cramer doesn’t think the moniker is all that well deserved.
Weak results from some natural and organic food sellers suggests healthy eating is really gaining traction! Huh?
There's something very organic about the advance Cramer expects in these 3 stocks.
Activist investor Carl Icahn made $430 million when he recently cashed out of his three-year investment in Hain Celestial, CEO Irwin Simon told CNBC.
Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial CEO, discusses how the nation's current health craze has lifted his stock and Carl Icahn's selling his remaining stake in the company.
In an effort to make you more money in the stock market, Cramer sometimes talks with companies that are not publicly traded? Huh?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
If you think it’s safe to wade back in the water, Cramer says think again.
Immediately after the so-called Nasdaq ‘Flash Freeze,’ Cramer spoke with a CEO whose stock trades on the exchange.