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Shake Shack, known for its antibiotic-free hamburgers and frozen custard shakes, raised its same-restaurant sales forecast for the year.
Retail pain hit another company Thursday, as Nordstrom reported quarterly earnings that fell well short of analysts' expectations.
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Jim Cramer translated the unusual activity surrounding two well-known health food stocks.
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