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The vitamin and nutrition retailer said its going to begin leveraging consumer information from its loyalty program.
Steve Ballmer shares his views on technology and the new government transparency initiative USAFacts in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
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Data covering the past five administrations show that Trump has enjoyed a relatively good, and surprising, market in his first 100 days.
Bernstein raises its rating on McDonald's to outperform from market perform.
Netflix execs may have inadvertently revealed that their subscriber guidance for this quarter is too conservative, according to analysts.
Credit Suisse estimates Apple's services business will grow to $52 billion in sales by 2020 from $26 billion this year.
One technical analyst lays out why the gold rally may lose its luster.
Optimism that the Trump administration will be able to drive through a hefty pro-growth plan or tax package this year is fading by the day.
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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
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Jim Cramer teaches investors to look for the signs that a stock has become overbought.
Jim Cramer shares his techniques to finding a short squeeze that could send a stock skyrocketing.
Bellpointe Asset Management's David Nelson has several concerns for the market.
Brazil's economy is showing signs it's climbing out of its two-year recession.
Jim Cramer revealed the method to his madness when it comes to finding the perfect entry point.
"I have definitely cut back on my equities, by I'd say, 50 percent over the last year," real estate investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
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