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Pro-golfer Phil Mickelson listed as relief defendant in SEC insider trading case and Businessweek shows the money-trail between big pharma and charities.
Pro golfer Phil Mickelson is being investigated in conjunction with insider trading at Dean Foods and Jim Cramer says he would've made more money if he'd just held onto it.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average enjoyed its best gains of May as crude oil enjoyed an unexpected surge above $44 a barrel on Tuesday.
A break below $16 for Dean Foods could mean a deeper intermediate-term decline to $13 again.
Jim Cramer says consumer products companies like Clorox, PepsiCo, and Procter & Gamble have the best stock charts right now.
Early upward momentum faded in the final hour of trading on Wednesday as Disney and IBM dragged the Dow to session lows.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, Microsoft (MSFT) and The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) get their price targets bumped up, while Dean Foods (DF) gets downgraded.
Investors had a delayed reaction to Friday's jobs report which shored up a December rate hike.
One of this generation's best and most iconic golf players is tied to an insider trading probe involving shares of Dean Foods Co (DF).
U.S. stocks opened solidly higher Monday.
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Mergers and acquisition fever sweeps through organic food.
Dean Foods (DF) stock jumped Monday morning after the company posted first quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates.
Stocks were mixed at Monday's opening bell amid a slew of global economic news and corporate earnings.
This is a fine company, but the stock carries far too much downside risk.