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As the consumer prepares for the holidays, Jim Cramer sits down with the chairman of this company to take the consumer pulse.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
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Discussing which retailers are winning, with Martin Franklin, Jarden Corp. executive chairman.
Discussing the health of Jarden's brands, with Martin Franklin, Jarden Corp. executive chairman. In regards to whether the company's portfolio is complete, Franklin says "we are always looking."
Martin Franklin, Jarden executive chairman, explains why consumers appear to be less stressed this year.
Diversity alone isn't a reason to invest in a stock, but companies dominated by alpha males and old white guys may end up costing shareholders.
Stock and bond investment ideas from hedge fund managers at the Absolute Return Symposium in New York.
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.
Martin Franklin, executive chairman of Jarden, provides a look at the consumer-led recovery.
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan told CNBC about his ambitious higher learning project. We also look at the new Ford Mustang and the Ron Burgundy effect at Chrysler in Talking Squawk.
Investing is a bit like an Ellery Queen mystery. If you can follow the clues you should find what you're seeking - upside.
The mosaic of brands that make up this company make it a beautiful stock, said Cramer.
Robert Olstein of Olstein Funds explains why good companies looking at revenues, including Amazon, are "going to end badly."
Martin Franklin, Jarden executive chairman, says his company has been a very "disciplined acquirer." He discusses what kinds of businesses he looks at to acquire.
Martin Franklin, executive chairman at Jarden, explains why the government shutdown has not had a negative impact on his company.
As interest rates continue their climb higher, the door is beginning to close on the cheap-debt party that corporate America has been throwing.
Jarden is trading higher after agreeing to buy Yankee Candle. Martin Franklin, executive chairman of Jarden, discusses the $1.75 billion acquisition.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jarden agreed to buy Yankee Candle for about $1.75 billion in cash, subject to working capital and other adjustments.