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Chances are Groupon has been on the radar after Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz left the Groupon board. But Schutlz tells us, don't read into the departure.
Howard Schultz, Starbucks founder and CEO discusses his company's business strategies, partnership with Green Mountain Coffee and why he left Groupon's board, with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen. Pete Najarian, TradeMonster.com, also weighs in.
This year at the Walpole China Luxury Conference in London there were actually bears in the room. Many expressed concern that if European consumer spending slowed, spending from China will not be enough to offset the weakness.
The author writes, "Super-managers...are so sure of their will and skill to succeed that they can’t see what they don’t know, and refuse to accept that some forces are beyond their control."
Hotels have found a new business opportunity in today's mobile, technology-driven world: selling small, tech-equipped meeting rooms for private business gatherings.
Europe for the last four years has been a headline that has moved markets and portfolios. It now appears as if a new and dangerous chapter is beginning relative to Europe's financial solvency.
He won't be a doctor until Saturday but that's not stopping basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal from prescribing humor for today's business executive.
Recent violent drops in stocks such as Green Mountain, Chesapeake Energy and Netflix are tempting value investors to go against one of the oldest sayings on Wall Street: “Don’t try to catch a falling knife.”
Oil futures are falling for the second day in a row, with the FMHR traders. Bill Chappell, SunTrust Robin Humphrey analyst, also discusses whether Green Mountain Coffee might have lost credibility for investors.
Investors sent Green Mountain tumbling in extended trade, but top hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson tells us he doesn’t plan to cover a single share.
With its first-quarter earnings release and big revenue miss, Green Mountain’s days as a growth story are officially over, CNBC's Herb Greenberg says.
As Groupon echoes its own daily-deal business model by trading more than 60 percent below its all-time high, one analyst dissected the company’s recent board shake-up and said it probably went public too early.
Europe’s economy and changes at J.C. Penney may give the weather blame game competition when retailers release their upcoming sales and earnings reports.
Stock sell-offs can make for attractive buying opportunities, but Cramer said not all stocks are worth buying on a pullback.
The FMHR traders discuss how to trade a 2% economy and whether to go for yield or go for growth. Herman Leung, Susquehanna senior analyst, also discusses the trade on Amazon since the company reported a blowout quarter.
Allscripts shares plunge in a slew of bad news, Amazon shoots up of blowing out earnings, SBux matches but shares fall, Europe’s debt woes weigh on the market.
If you’re been waiting for a pullback in get into Starbucks, the Fast pros say it’s here.
In Starbucks' conference call, its CEO says the "seismic change" in consumer behavior is "here to stay," with CNBC's Jane Wells. Meanwhile CNBC's Jon Fortt has an update on Amazon earnings and Keith Goddard, Capital Advisors, discusses whether Staples is like a "little Amazon."
Check out which companies are making headlines after-the-bell Thursday:
Stocks closed near their best level in thin trading Thursday, with the S&P rallying to 1,400, as hopes for further stimulus from the Federal Reserve seemed to overshadow worries over the jobs market and some tepid earnings reports.