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Apple's fall has the pundits fearing a loss of its innovation edge, but a more fundamental, frightening market force is at work.
NEW YORK— Dunkin' Donuts is going after Starbucks' coveted customers by more aggressively featuring espresso drinks like lattes and macchiatos. In a phone interview, Dunkin' CEO Nigel Travis said espresso drinks have traditionally accounted for a "fairly small" mix of the doughnut chain's beverage sales, especially when compared with rival Starbucks.
CNBC "Halftime Report" traders made a flurry of moves in their trading contest model portfolios Wednesday.
Major food companies use downsizing as a tactic to hedge against increasing pressure to cut calories in processed foods, USA Today reports.
Jim Cramer sees a vicious stock rotation occurring, which unfortunately means this group of stocks just won't catch a break.
NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:. Skechers USA Inc., up $1.93 to $32.73. Norfolk Southern Corp., up $8.70 to $91.33.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday with tech stocks leading declines after major earnings in the sector disappointed.
Industrials: there is a change in tone. I've been talking this week about watching what the big industrials have to say about the global economy.
A rebound in the price of oil and natural gas helped drive sharp gains for energy and financial companies, nudging U.S. stocks mostly higher Friday. That offset a slide in the technology sector following disappointing earnings from Microsoft, Google parent Alphabet and other big names. "The Nasdaq took a hit today," said Erik Davidson, chief investment officer at...
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
NEW YORK— Starbucks expressed confidence that an overhaul of its rewards program will drive up sales over the long term, but warned the transition could be bumpy. While the reward changes went into effect just last week, Starbucks said early signs are encouraging and that customer spending is up across loyalty program members, including those who stood to lose...
Management guidance, not Wall Street estimates, are key to the company's outlook, says Jason Moser, senior analyst at The Motley Fool.
Jim Cramer knows there were companies that missed earnings, but this one was the biggest problem of all for him.
After Starbucks and Google struggling on disappointing news, the "Fast Money" traders discussed what to buy and sell on earnings.
Jim Cramer spoke with Starbucks President Kevin Johnson after the company's shares fell after reporting earnings on Thursday.
Jim Cramer’s telling investors which stock’s earnings miss was problematic.
Jim Cramer reviewed the earnings action on Wall Street on Thursday and thinks once the smoke clears, they could bounce back.
Jim Cramer spoke with Starbucks President Kevin Johnson after shares plummeted following Thursday's earnings.
CNBC's Susan Lee reports on the Starbucks earnings calls. With guest Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks International.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Starbucks, Alphabet, Microsoft, Visa and more.