Former NBA star Vin Baker is now training to manage a Starbucks franchise in Rhode Island, the Providence Journal reports.» Read More
America loves its coffee — and doughnuts, as was evident by Dunkin's IPO — but premium tea retailer Teavana is expected to get some love from investors when it prices its IPO after the close Wednesday.
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Pennsylvania-based gasoline retailer Sunoco is testing a pilot program called the Craft Beer Exchange. The program installs "beer-filling stations” (taps and Kegerators) at Sunoco APlus convenience stores where they are allowed to sell draft beer in growlers, which are glass jugs, typically 64 ounces in size.
The "Mad Money" host explains why investor may want to take a bite of this deal.
The coffee market is red hot right now, and it looks like Dunkin Donuts will be the cheapest way to play it once the company comes public, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
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Stocks backed off from their intraday highs, but still finished sharply higher Thursday after a pair of jobs news offered some hope that the employment picture was improving ahead of the critical government non-farm payroll report.
Today, Goldman Sachs downgraded Starbucks to neutral from buy. The firm observed "choppiness" in recent consumer metrics. There’s also been a drop in restaurant demand from a second-quarter consumer survey.
Stocks continued to gain into the final hour of trading Thursday after a pair of encouraging employment reports and stronger-than-expected monthly chain-store sales lifted investor optimism ahead of Friday's key employment data.
Stocks climbed Thursday, led by banks, after investors cheered a pair of employment reports that showed better-than-expected results and as retailers posted monthly chain-store sales that largely outpaced estimates.
In order to stave off potentially destabilizing inflation and a housing bubble, the government should leave tightening measures in place in the short-term.
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The “Mad Money” host goes “Off the Charts” to find out.
Dan Fitzpatrick, at TheStreet, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer that the big institutions have lost interest in Starbucks.
Although inflation has not come to America yet, it might soon because of raging inflation in its second largest trading partner, China, which is causing companies to increase the prices of goods shipped to the U.S.
"There are too many bosses, but too few leaders around. While most organizations offer leadership training, it’s usually formulaic, and based on competency models and copy-cat role plays. To turn bosses into leaders, we must rethink our approach to leadership development," the author writes.
Stocks closed lower for the fourth-consecutive trading session Monday, led by weakness in banks and energy, as investors turned cautious over a slowdown in the recovery.
Stocks extended their losses in the final hour of trading Monday, led by banks and energy, as investors turned cautious amid signs of an economic slowdown.