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While passing the Olympic torch has become a focal point for demonstrations over China's human rights record, major sponsors of the games aren't expected to flame out over the controversy.
Dow Jones has created a Summer Games Index to track the companies involved in the Olympics. How is it reacting to the protests?
I am here in San Francisco, the only U.S. Olympic torch stop, wondering, is this one of the last times we will see the flame until Beijing? Will the International Olympic Committee buckle to one of the most disruptive protests in the history of the Olympic Games by canceling the worldwide torch relay?
Got milk? Wimm Bill Dann does, and the West is taking notice.
Warren Buffett ranks number one on Directorship magazine's new list of the most admired board directors. Its Annual Survey of Exceptional Directors is compiled using "data from proxy firms, reader polls and governance experts."
Find out why one chart expert says traditional defensive names may not be your best bet as recession looms.
The largest beverage firm in Latin America might be the real thing.
As Jane Wells pointed out Friday morning, orange juice seems to be getting squeezed when compared to the other headline agricultural commodities. See how these commodities compare...
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
LeBron James' stint with Coca-Cola can best be described as moderately interesting. Five and half years ago, the brand signed the high school phenom and number one draft pick to a six-year deal and assigned him to its Sprite and Powerade brands
Washington won't admit it, but they want a weak dollar. Here's the play.
In a down economy, investors often turn to Consumer Staples that are more insulated from economic cycles. Key in this sector are food stocks; after all we still have to eat. Yesterday, Conagra beat analyst expectations and today Erin Burnett interviews Kendall Powell, the CEO from General Mills. Here is a list of some of the biggest food related companies and how they have performed YTD.
Investors should look at companies with a global presence to seek shelter from the stock market storms, as they benefit from a strong customer base and diversification, Professor David Costa from Robert Kennedy College told "Power Lunch Europe."
College basketball fans are not the only ones going mad this March, advertisers are too.
It’s the time of the day for the shorts to press their case. Remember, sell the rally is the only consistent trading methodology that has worked in the past six months. It’s natural we should see some pressure today.
But not just for the environment. There’s a bull market here that investors shouldn’t miss.
To call yourself one, you need cash. And these companies have it.
St. Patrick's Day retail spending is supposed to be down this year, according to the National Retail Federation, but I'm not sure that's going to be the case in the sports world, which has experienced a major bump in recent years.
Dow Industrials newcomer Bank of America leads the list as the highest current yielder of all 30 Dow stocks. Chevron, the other recent Dow addition enters the list with a 2.7% yield.
Stocks are tumbling. Bonds yields are falling faster than Hillary Clinton's poll numbers. And fears are growing that the commodities bubble could burst. What to do?