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Several highly anticipated events will finally happen this week, some after months of speculation.
It looks like next week could be a big week in the market. Are you ready?
Cerberus and others are exploring a deal for Safeway, which could potentially shape up to be one of the largest buyouts since the financial crisis.
A reliably bullish chart pattern has captured Cramer’s attention
Optimism appears to be providing the momentum for stocks in the near term, StockMonster's Guy Adami said Monday.
Since Lehman filed for bankruptcy five years ago, a screen of the S&P 500 reveals that about 20 percent of the index components remain in the red.
“This is an amazing development,” said Cramer. It hasn’t happened for over 10 years.
Get ready. Cramer's identified a slew of catalysts. And they're rapidly approaching.
The FDA said, after testing 1,300 samples of rice and rice products, that the amount of detectable arsenic is too low to cause immediate or short-term negative health effects.
A recent marathon taste test by the experts at Consumer Reports found that store-brand foods are serious contenders on the taste front.
The Mad Money host says it's time to think about putting money to work. “Let me give you the list I have been working off of,” Cramer said.
Starbucks says it will start rolling out its own brand of snack bars and fruit pouches, marking yet another push into the packaged food category.
At least nine City Council members back legislation to require most retailers to charge customers 10 cents for each bag.
Nothing like an end of summer barbecue. Cramer likes to fill his plate with sizzling foods and his portfolio with red hot stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
With ready-to-eat popcorn snacks gaining popularity is the popcorn business popping profits? The folks at Popcorn, Indiana sure think so. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis has the details.
The next Burt's Bees? Dr. Zarbock, a full-time pediatrician, developed his homegrown natural remedies for treating coughs and colds into a small business empire.
Some of the most vital companies were founded by just two friends with an idea. Here are 10 cases where friends with nothing but raw ambition and a dream built successful businesses.
Shares of organic grocer Sprouts Farmers Market, which is backed by private equity firm Apollo Global Management, doubled in their market debut.
Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, breaks down its earnings and shares his plan for expanding the natural and organic grocery chain.