Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stocks have rallied since the election, but investors should think about getting out by Trump’s inauguration, Morgan Stanley said.
Starbucks shares ended 2016 down more than 7.5 percent, but at least one analyst expects that to turn around this year.
These six food trends are expected to explode in 2017.
The restaurant industry may have hit a rough patch in 2016, but things could be looking up in 2017.
TipRanks presents the top 10 stock ideas for next year from the five best-performing services analysts of 2016.
Some experts warn Kim Jong Un may soon have a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the West Coast of the U.S., NBC News reports.
Starting Friday, Starbucks will be giving away free tall espresso beverages at more than 1,000 locations through Jan. 2 (except for Dec 25.)
The coffee chain is offering free espresso drinks at certain locations over the next 10 days.
Starbucks aims to drum up holiday sales with promises of free espresso drinks this season — as long as you're in the right store.
Boris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management, and Joseph Trevisani, WorldWideMarkets, discuss whether the strong U.S. dollar could be a risk to stocks.
CNBC’s Seema Mody reports on how rising tensions between the U.S. and China may impact investors’ portfolios.
Companies are counting on the benefits of going public as big names like Snap gear up for IPOs, NYSE President Tom Farley says.
McDonald's said Thursday that it will be testing delivery services in select stores in Florida.
JPMorgan says Starbucks will be able to grow earnings per share annually at a low-to-mid-teens percent rate.
The coffee chain is selling a blended Fruitcake beverage for a limited-time in the US and Canada.
Coffee giant Starbucks Coffee is out with a new spin on a gift closet staple.
The coffee chain is set to have 5,000 stores in mainland China by 2021.
Mark Spellman, Alpine Funds co-portfolio manager, walks through his top picks for finding yield in 2017.
Trump's challenges to China on trade and Taiwan are rattling American companies who have long benefited from stable relations.