Stocks struggled to hold their gains Monday, as investors remained reluctant to jump in amid ongoing "fiscal cliff" negotiations.
U.S. stock market futures were mixed Monday despite worries over Italy and ongoing negotiations over the looming "fiscal cliff."
The controversy surrounding the U.K. tax affairs of Starbucks, Amazon and Google shows few signs of abating, with new claims that consumers are choosing to shop elsewhere.
As the holiday season chugs through its traditionally slower period following the Black Friday rush, retailers are pulling out all the stops to drive consumer traffic to brick-and-mortar stores.
Taking a look back at the best moments from this week's Mad Money, including Cramer's explanation of Twitter, a stock joke and what he orders at Starbucks.
Starbucks $450 gift card is made of stainless steel and will only be available in limited quantities through a luxury goods website. Is the Starbucks $450 steel gift card a sign that Starbucks is going "1 percent" on us? Or is it just harmless, splurgy fun?
KFC and Pizza Hut parent Yum Brands said it is rethinking where it opens new restaurants in China and accelerating openings of its high-margin pizza chain in that country.
Coffee chain Starbucks said it could pay up to 20 million pounds more in tax as it announced plans to change its accounting practises, surrendering to widespread criticism.
If your stocking is drooping a bit more than usual, perhaps it's holding a metal gift card from Starbucks, loaded with $400 of coffee purchasing power.
Starbucks plans to open more than 3,000 new shops in the Americas in the next five years as it pushes a growth strategy that relies on tea and juice as much as coffee, the company said Wednesday.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
On Wednesday Starbucks holds its analyst day in New York. “Starbucks only has one of these investor conferences every other year. They are a really big deal," said Jim Cramer. So, what should we expect to hear?
Andy Cross, Chief Investment Officer, Motley Fool likes Diageo because of its good growth prospects. He also likes Starbucks as he says they have room to grow with its recent acquisitions.
Cheap, easy ways to avoid your frequent flier miles from expiring.
The S&P Retail Index hit an historic high yesterday. Yet retailers are weak Tuesday. Huh? According to traders, one firm, Nomura, has been cautious on Gap due to competition concerns. But there's a bigger problem for retailers.
Not having success finding holiday gifts at the mall? You may want to try the food court. Restaurants are trying to whet your appetite for gift cards to dine out, by throwing incentives your way.
Take a look at some of Monday's morning movers.
Coffee chain Starbucks said it was considering changes to its UK tax practices following criticism from lawmakers, tax campaigners and the media.
Peter Toogood, investment services director at OBSR, a Morningstar company, tells CNBC that it is inevitable that indebted governments will start cracking down on corporate tax avoidance like Starbucks in the UK.
The last month of the year is about to begin and with it will come a slew of quarterly reports and other key data. What will Cramer be watching?