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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Restaurants are hopping on the better-for-you wagon. But will customers pay up for higher quality?
Instacart announced it has closed a $220 million funding round, which the grocery delivery service says it will use toward expansion and growth.
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Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Dozens more companies—including big banks, retailers and start-ups—have begun to adopt Apple's mobile payments platform, The New York Times reports.
Salty snacks are a $16 billion business, but Americans are increasingly looking for something healthier. Like beans.
For a technology with huge goals—predicting $27 billion in sales by 2016—mobile payment systems are still stingy with deals and discounts.
Analysts called the move a step in the right direction for Sears, which has been tapping into its real estate in creative ways.
When you do your holiday shopping this year, don't be surprised if you see some new retail technologies at the mall.
More companies, many in the food business, are asking customers to keep guns out of stores. A brief history of gun laws and guns in public.
Consumer staples, a darling of Wall St., are expensive, with high valuations. We may be at a peak, so investors should be cautious.
Demand for turkeys is strong ahead of the holidays, and some producers wish they had more birds to go around for Thanksgiving.
Long-term themes are driving growth in these companies for years to come, says "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer is ready to back America's healthiest grocery store with his full support. He likes what he's seeing, and thinks you'll be impressed too.
Amid near-historic low interest rates, surging markets and record earnings, investors are finding few cheap stocks just one month after bargains were abundant.
Stocks rose Thursday, extending records, after upbeat U.S. data and calming words from the ECB.
Whole Foods' strong quarterly results shows the organic grocer is turning things around, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.