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Analysts adjusted their price targets on Hain Celestial after the company announced it is delaying the release of its Q4 results.
ValueAct's recently disclosed stake is "great news" for the company, according to CLSA's Mike Mayo.
With emerging markets on the rise, "Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour breaks down why heading abroad reaps more gains than investing in the U.S.
Cintas said it will buy G&K for $97.50 a share in cash, which represents a premium of 18.7 percent from the stock's previous close
Shares of Praxair jumped Tuesday after confirmation the U.S. firm was in talks for a potential merger with German industrial gases group Linde.
Investors need to think ahead about how to generate returns independently in case the rally in equities and bonds loses steam, an analyst told CNBC.
Hain Celestial traded sharply lower after delaying release of its fiscal 2016 results, missing guidance and disclosing accounting issues.
Analysts had expected the firm to raise its outlook, due to what they considered a more modest impact from The Sports Authority liquidation.
Shares of Sysco failed to hold all-time highs after reporting earnings and its view on the impact of the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.
Chesapeake shares closed up about 9.5 percent Monday.
Stocks may be striking new highs, but they've only done so incrementally, flashing the risk they're stalling out, Art Cashin says.
Oil markets may have adjusted enough for Saudi Arabia to consider intervening to prop up crude prices, Credit Suisse's Jan Stuart said.
Media companies have been targeted by savvy investors looking to make a quick buck on a corporate turnaround.
The perennial bull sees great things ahead for stocks like Foot Locker and Michael Kors.
Shares of Time popped after Jana Partners revealed a nearly 5-million share stake in the company.
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