The S&P 500 fell to a two-year low on Thursday, and according to one technician the declines could soon accelerate.» Read More
Angie Dudley, aka Bakerella, is credited with popularizing the cake pop with her book and blog. Many predict cake pops will be the next big dessert trend. And the Babycakes cake pop maker is a hot-selling item this holiday season.
Avon landed on Pete Najarian's trader radar, due to a sharp change in options buying. Also find out why Najarian ears perked up after hearing this about Green Mountain.
With McDonald’s, Yum Brands and Starbucks all making new highs on almost a weekly basis, should you still stick with 'what's working' for much longer?
What Starbucks did for coffee, will Teavana do for loose-leaf tea? “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer isn’t drinking that Kool-Aid.
Despite the massive hype when Teavana came public, says Mad Money's Cramer, it would be ridiculous to consider this company the next Starbucks.
Mobile transactions via smartphone for this company have doubled in pace and have topped 26 million since its app was launched in January. Is it Google? Visa? PayPal? Nope. Click ahead to find out which company it is.
Starbucks stock perked up nearly 37 percent in 2011 year to date, making it the No. 21 top stock in the S&P 500.
Two big retail players restructure, hard times for other brand names and ETFS become a scapegoat for market volatility.
European stocks were called to open higher on Thursday, tracking Asia overnight where stocks rose after the European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada, Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank cut the cost of US dollar liquidity swaps to ease a potential US dollar funding crisis in the European banking sector.
The two biggest gainers in the benchmark S&P 500 this year are in the oil and natural gas industry. Political instability among Middle Eastern oil countries and new drilling sites and technologies here at home are raising the prospects for growth, reports TheStreet.com.
Americans calling the customer service lines of their airlines, phone companies and banks are now more likely to speak to Mark in Manila than Bharat in Bangalore. The NYT reports.
The National Retail Federation predicts up to 152 million Americans will shop during the upcoming Black Friday weekend, and deal-seeking consumers may flock to discount retailers, Kimco Realty's chief executive told CNBC Tuesday.
Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, explains why no one tool should be relied upon when making investment decisions
In the war of the java giants, find out which name Cramer thinks is a steal.
Using the PEG ratio, Mad Money's Cramer shows investors how they can buy Starbucks for less, on a growth basis, than they'd pay for Dunkin Brands.
The Fast Money pros found price hikes at Starbucks quite interesting; they don't think Starbucks really needed them.
Starbucks is raising prices in several major US markets, with Dennis Gartman, the Gartman Letter. The Fast Money traders also look at big market movers midday.
The high unemployment and low consumer confidence in the U.S. may have prompted investors to steer clear of consumer-related bets. But one fund manager is taking the opposite view, believing the return of prosperity in America will bolster shares in consumer discretionary stocks.
Starbucks is trending on Twitter on its acquisition of a juice business, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg.
Normally, when a company like Starbucks makes an acquisition that takes into new territory I’m the first to say: “This is a sign the core business has matured—and going forward this will be a different business from the one investors bought.” But with Starbucks—I won’t.