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To remedy Starbucks' sales woes, the company has shifted its strategy more towards cold beverages and have sought to be more focused in where it opens new stores.
Investors sold off shares of Johnson & Johnson on Friday after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos, an allegation J&J has denied.
Amazon looked at buying Confer, a start-up developing at-home health tests prior to its acquisition of PillPack.
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In what appears to be a sting operation, at least 20 booksellers were suspended from Amazon after sending allegedly counterfeit textbooks to a mysterious buyer in Seattle.
Popular online stock-trading platform Robinhood is offering checking and savings accounts that pay 3% interest on a daily basis.
There's a growing cottage industry of dealers who acquire discarded items at very low prices, only to resell some of them back on Amazon and eBay at a premium.
Jim Cramer and Okta co-founder, Chairman and CEO Todd McKinnon discuss the rise of cloud computing and Okta's growing value to customers.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Adobe and Costco are ripe for a rebound.
Jim Cramer zooms through his responses to callers' stock questions about various sectors in "bear market mode."