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Jim Cramer speaks exclusively to the CEO and COO of Starbucks on its revolutionary music deal. Is Starbucks be changing the face of loyalty programs?
The acquisition of Ann Taylor parent Ann Inc. could spur activity among other apparel retailers, Jefferies analyst Randal Konik said.
Stocks poised for a breakdown?
Take a look at some of Monday's after-hours buzz: Take-Two Interactive, Starbucks, Urban Outfitters, Agilent & more
Strategist Komal Sri-Kumar said on Monday that the Greece default is certain and the only question left is when it will happen.
In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, activist investor Carl Icahn wrote that he values Apple shares at $240 today.
Shares of Starbucks are up more than 20 percent, and one technical-minded trader thinks the stock has even more room to run.
Gavin Baker said he hopes Carl Icahn's bullish call on Apple turns out to be correct, and here's why.
Markets underestimate liquidity risks, which look more dangerous than Greece's debt situation, the Allianz economic advisor said.
Some options traders have found a way to make money no matter what Facebook's stock does.
Stocks have entered what could be viewed as a "twilight zone," until the economy improves enough for the Fed to hike rates, according to some strategists.
There's buzz that Dow Theory is flashing a warning sign but NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari isn't buying it. Here's why.
As CEOs buy a record amount of stock with shareholder money, they're keeping their wallets in their pockets when it comes to buying shares on their own.
Here's the real reason why Netflix is at $600, says Michael Yoshikami.
The Dow hit a fresh all-time high on Monday morning. But the big milestone could come later this year.
The third longest-bull market in history appears to be running out of steam. Here's what to buy.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Ascena's acquisition was a necessary play.
The last strategy a financial advisor wants to push is a move to cash, but one advisor says right now it's the best move.
Only two-thirds of Americans can name the investments they hold, down from 76 percent five years ago, according to a new study.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer streamlines his take on this hot stock.