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Through an 18 month period, we saw our overall cost of goods increase 40% and we challenged ourselves to take on the brunt of the impact.
The Fast traders always enjoy hearing from you. Following are your questions about Supervalu, Broadcom and more.
So do we have a hot initial public offering market or not? After yesterday's stunning debut of Annie's Foods and Vocera Communications, everyone was watching to see if today's IPO crop would outperform. So far, the picture is mixed.
Take a look at some of Thursday’s morning movers:
Data showing tepid growth in the U.S. and European economies were the talk of the trading desks Wednesday morning.
Two supermarket chains said Thursday they will join the growing list of stores that will no longer sell beef that includes an additive with the unappetizing moniker "pink slime."
Jim Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Cascades Tissue Group, North America’s fourth-largest producer of towel and tissue paper, is trying to be green by offering marketing Moka, a 100-percent recycled, unbleached bathroom tissue.
Beverage Industry Magazine predicts sales of juice smoothies and yogurt drinks will grow four percent a year through 2015, when annual revenues will reach $1.1 billion. Small businesses in this sector are growing quickly.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Most stocks have done a lot better since CNBC’s Mark Haines called a market bottom three years ago today and Rosecliff Capital Managing Partner Michael Murphy took a look at some of the biggest gainers in the three years since that call.
Why the "Mad Money" host is monitoring these companies in particular on Thursday.
A new grocery store, in.gredients, is taking the concept of locally sourced, organically grown food a step further by requiring customers to bring in their own bags toencourage a package-free, zero-waste mentality for grocery shoppers.
While Central Falls is often called a "failed city" that was taken over by the state and later filed for bankruptcy, a new project is highlighting a very different story: its history as a chocolate manufacturer during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
The “Mad Money” host is watching earnings reports from Priceline.com, Foot Locker, Domino’s Pizza and others.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at why there is limited near-term upside for Weight Watchers stock … with a nod toward linsanity
In this 32 years of investing experience, Cramer has never seen a gloomier group of analysts.
Take a look at some of Thursday morning's early movers:
After the bell on Wednesday, the Fast Money pros were trying to figure out just how much more upside could possibly be left in Whole Foods.
Whole Foods reports better-than-expected earnings in Q1, including a 28% increase in EPS. Does the company have any competition on the horizon? Karen Short, BMO Capital Markets analyst, weighs in.