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Starbucks is a classic growth stock, and right now this market is giving investors a terrific opportunity to buy it at a discount, says Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Facebook's final private market transaction has priced on SecondMarket at $43.50, a record for the private market exchange. That figure values the company at about $109 billion.
Although the growth in CEO compensation slowed last year, the pay numbers are still eye-popping. The New York Times reports.
Here's what people are talking about tonight: Facebook likes Nasdaq, Egan-Jones cuts U.S. credit rating and Yahoo plans a meeting to discuss future.
Friday, forecasters expect the Labor Department to report the economy added 201,000 jobs in March, down from 227,000 in February but in line with the moderate pace of economic recovery.
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
What should you make of Danaher and Starbucks as these stocks touch new 52-week highs?
Fast-food chain Burger King went through a grueling series of taste tests to revamp its menu in an effort to keep up with competitors.
Herb Greenberg has a lot to say about the biggest Green Mountain news nobody noticed in recent days.
On Wednesday the Fast traders tackled your questions about Starbucks and other Q1 hot stocks as well as call activity in Micron.
Jamba Juice is going to school in a big way, CEO James White told CNBC Thursday. The juice and smoothie chain is "making a major push in the schools," he said, expecting to put its JambaGo kiosks in 400 to 500 schools by the end of the year. Thirty pilot kiosks have already opened.
Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill reached 37 new record highs so far this year, the most in the S&P 500.
Although Darden Restaurants’ Olive Garden chain posted its first quarterly same-store sales increase in more than a year on Friday, one analyst still does not think the company is a “buy.”
Krispy Kreme wants to expand coffee sales at a time when its competitors are branching into other categories.
CEO Howard Schulz told CNBC Wednesday that while coffee is still Starbucks' spacer core product, juice is the next big thing.
If you’re a Starbucks shareholder, chances are you’re a little anxious about the latest news from the company’s shareholder meeting.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at another way you can play China if you can’t take the heat from the industrials.
Discussing the possibility of Google issuing a dividend; A breakdown of the energy drink market as Starbucks announces plans to sell fresh energy drinks, with CNBC's Darren Rovell, and Sara Senatore, Sanford Bernstein, explains why Starbucks is a buy after its key announcements today.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in a lackluster session Wednesday following a weaker-than-expected existing home sales report and as investors were reluctant to jump in following the recent market rally.
Starbucks has made some major announcements this month including a decision to distribute its Vue coffee packs through Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, with Howard Schultz, Starbucks chairman/president/CEO.