Mad Money's Cramer says investors can always fall back on high-yielding dividend stocks that pay you to wait, like Clorox. Discussing the future of the company, now that it turned down Carl Icahn's $80/share bid, with Donald Knauss, Clorox CEO.
We pulled together a list of Jim Cramer's favorite dividend plays. Read on and pick one or two for your portfolio.
When Procter & Gamble challenged Christy Prunier's name Willa for a line of skin care products for preteenagers, Prunier chose to fight. The case goes to court next month, the New York Times reports.
Although millions of Americans clean their houses with Clorox, ironically Carl Icahn couldn’t clean house at Clorox.
Debating whether Carl Icahn's bid for Clorox was a realistic deal, with the Fast Money traders.
Stocks closed near session highs in volatile trading Monday, led by financials and energy, amid hopes for coordinated action from euro zone policymakers to contain the region's debt crisis.
Cramer likes this stock's 3.5 percent dividend yield.
Mad Money's Cramer says in this rough market, investors need to find companies like Clorox that will pay a healthy dividend. If we really are headed for a recession, this is exactly the kind of stock that can still make investors money in a slowdown.
Talk about low expectations: S&P futures rose a bit on the ADP report, even though it was slightly below expectations. We are now back in the twilight zone game called Gaming the Fed: More weak data increases the chances of a third round of quantitative easing.
On Wednesday the traders put Clorox on the radar, with investors watching for the next move by Carl Icahn.
Volatility last week has left some scars, says Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services. "People seem to be ready to tip toe back into the stock market," he says.
Clorox shares dropped again today as investors question whether Carl Icahn will manage to seal a deal with the company, with the Fast Money team.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), the stock market’s gauge of investors’ fears soared 35% yesterday and closed above 31 to its highest level in more than a year or since July 1, 2010. We are definitely observing some wild times on Wall St amidst new economic worries worldwide. Here is a useful tool to help measure the volatility, and risk, of individual stocks: Beta.
U.S. futures, sideways overnight, wilted at 3 a.m. ET...about the time Europe opened. Coincidence? I don't think so.
In the wake of the latest earnings report from Clorox, trader Karen Finerman can’t understand why the company isn’t embracing the offer from Carl Icahn.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on Carl Icahn's bid for the company and its latest earnings numbers.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street.
CNBC's Kate Kelly has the details on Lansdowne Partners dumping Goldman Sachs shares, and a look at a slowdown in Wall Street deal-making, with Donald Drapkin, Casablanca Capital founder and chairman.
The major business news, including Apple shares surging, broadcom bouncing and Colorx sharedholders not buying Icahn, with the Fast Money team.
Billionaire investor George Soros, whose stock-picking career has spanned nearly four decades, said he will manage money only for himself as new regulations threaten to crimp the hedge fund industry he made famous.