Paychex is a classic example of a company that pays you to wait with a hefty 4.2% yield, says Mad Money's Cramer, talking with Martin Mucci, Paychex CEO, about the prospects for the company and a read on the employment situation in the U.S.
See his interview with CEO Marty Mucci.
The "Mad Money" host reveals what earnings and other event he plans to monitor.
But Cramer prefers Paychex because of its juicy dividend yield.
The “Mad Money” host breaks down what earnings reports and economic data he’s looking for in the days to come.
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Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
CEO Marty Mucci goes one-on-one with Cramer.
Paychex attributes the company's growth to increases in both checks per client and revenue per check, with Martin Mucci, Paychex president & CEO and Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
The “Mad Money” host lays out his “Game Plan.”
It’s not all about Greece and Europe — global slowdown worries are also clouding the situation for stocks.
Coal stocks fed on rumors involving Walter Energy yesterday, and the options were flowing throughout the sector.
To gauge what's really happening with jobs in the U.S., Cramer chats with Marty Mucci, CEO of payroll company Paychex.
Paychex CEO Martin Mucci discusses what he's seeing on the front lines of the labor market. "We're starting to see positive signs in the small business sector," he tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
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Stocks rallied to finish higher in thin trading Monday as fears over Greece's debt crisis subsided and investors snapped up beaten-down stocks.
Stocks were higher amid thin trading Monday, led by materials, as fears over Greece's debt crisis started to subside and investors snapped up beaten-down stocks.
Stocks advanced in thin trading Monday after European finance ministers reassured investors a Greek debt default can be avoided, soothing worries over a spreading euro zone credit crisis.
Stocks fell Monday after the euro zone ministers put off the decision for a new aid package for Greece and a possible downgrade of Italy's credit rating rekindled fears about the ongoing debt crisis, pushing investors out of riskier assets.
The “Mad Money” host reveals his “Game Plan” for the days to come.