If anyone is in the market to buy a grocery chain, Sprouts Farmers Market is the one, according to JPMorgan.
Goldman Sachs explains how store-based retailers can survive and thrive in an e-commerce era by adapting and using data to their advantage.
Morgan Stanley has highlighted the industries that could be safe from Amazon's disruption.
"I will be cheering from the sidelines," outgoing Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld said Wednesday about her departure.
Oppenheimer & Co. has initiated an outperform rating on Wal-Mart's stock, with a $90 price target.
Jefferies research upgraded the J.M. Smucker Company and McCormick to Buy from Hold, forecasting mergers and acquisitions.
As Amazon's profitability is actually weakening instead of improving, the e-commerce behemoth is said to be "eating the retail world."
Amazon's earnings fell far short of expectations, but strategists say Amazon is more interested in growth than profit.
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures, discusses the Amazon conference call and Whole Foods being excluded from the company's guidance.
Amazon drops slightly after earnings miss
Wall Street expects Amazon to report 22% growth in second-quarter revenue but a drop in profit as it continues to invest in new initiatives.
Amazon's master plan for Whole Foods is still a mystery. Earnings day is the first chance for analysts to ask the online giant about it.
"Honestly, this could be the first trillion-dollar company," equity analyst James Cakmak says.
Whole Foods Market posted third quarter earnings on Wednesday that beat analyst expectations.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Wednesday, as investors parsed through another batch of major earnings.
Piper Jaffray is bullish on Amazon's second quarter sales growth, citing the firm's web search trend analysis.
The activist investor picked up stakes in several companies in recent months.
Kara Swisher, Recode, talks about Congressional Democrats like Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) taking aim at the Amazon-Whole Foods deal and other tech names for antitrust concerns.
James Cooper, former acting director of the office of policy planning at the FTC, discusses the current antitrust scrutiny on the Amazon-Whole Foods merger and the tech sector in general.
"All of these analysts better take into account that the world changed when Amazon bought Whole Foods," Jim Cramer warns.