Jim Cramer looks ahead to a tidal wave of earnings and seeks out buying opportunities.
Time Inc., down $3.10 to $15.20. Amazon.com Inc., up $6.61 to $924.99. Alphabet Inc., up $33.08 to $924.52.
Bob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group senior research analyst, discusses Starbucks' quarterly earnings and where the coffee giant may go from here.
Starbucks stocks to perk up?
Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and CEO Kevin Johnson shares their views in an exclusive interview Friday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
It seems retailers aren't the only ones feeling the pressure from slowing mall foot traffic.
U.S. stocks closed modestly lower Friday, ending just short of another milestone for Wall Street. So far, earnings have been mostly exceeding Wall Street's expectations. "The market is worried that the second quarter perhaps will see continued weakness, and that's part of the tug-of-war we're seeing in the market," said Quincy Krosby, market strategist at...
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Howard Schultz, Starbucks executive chairman, says Teavana will be part of the mall problem but Starbucks is insulated from that.
Kevin Johnson, Starbucks president and CEO, talks about the company's quarterly results and its ability to grow sales and enhance its mobile payments program.
The "Fast Money" traders shared their first moves for the market open — and there were two opposing views on a fast food chain.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Earnings beats by big tech names could help drive stocks higher, but the "Friday-afternoon effect" may short-circuit their run.
Fans of Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino should "stay tuned."
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
CNBC's Susan Li reports the latest from the Starbucks earnings call. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
NEW YORK— Starbucks is pointing to the Unicorn Frappuccino as an example of its digital savvy, and ability to ride out of its sales slump. But the Seattle- based company cited several changes it's been making to ease the congestion in stores that it said was driving away some customers. Executive Chairman Howard Schultz called the drink "the most stunning example...
For the second quarter in a row, Starbucks' same-store sales failed to meet Wall Street expectations, sending shares down more than 4 percent in aftermarket trading Thursday.
CNBC's Susan Li reports Starbucks' quarterly earnings.