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President Trump reportedly called retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn at 3 a.m. to inquire about the dollar. This Kensho study should help him.
Panera Bread is finally seeing results from their "Panera 2.0" initiative, which was launched in an attempt to modernize their locations.
Sources said there is a significant gap over the company's valuation between Tesaro and potential acquirers.
Software company Intuit said it expects significantly lower fiscal second-quarter results.
Bank of America on Wednesday selected Facebook as its top pick in the internet media space.
Shares of Nordstrom initially fell after President Donald Trump said his daughter, Ivanka Trump, had been treated unfairly by the company.
Gilead said it predicts 2017 hepatitis C drug sales of $7.5 billion to $9 billion, lower than the $12 billion Wall Street had expected.
Goldman Sachs says PNC has one of the largest lending exposures to commercial and industrial clients among regional banks.
Jim Cramer says Donald Trump's tweets won't have any effect on the outcome of the immigration order, so he should stop.
Digital distribution platforms will lift the sluggish sports network and unlock Disney's stock, Steve Cahall says.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Athleisure stocks are quite weak at current levels and face difficulty regaining their footing, two traders say.
BTIG says downloads of Twitter's iOS app 'have picked up notably' since the start of 2017.
Jim Cramer knew the mall was struggling, but he was astounded by the secular decline in foot traffic for these retail players.
Jim Cramer says this one word is now the kiss of death on a conference call.
After Disney missed revenue expectations on Tuesday, the "Fast Money" traders lay out their reasons why the entertainment stock is still a "buy."
Stocks run the risk of getting trapped in another oil slick Wednesday.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with Tim Collins to look at the not-so-sexy older technology plays that could roar higher.
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