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I expect each day will be a trend unto itself, and some days will cancel out others.
Earnings to watch on Tuesday: Domino's, McDonald's and Chipotle.
The big used-car retailer really knows the market for used vehicles and can use technology to its advantage.
The pizza giant has greatly outperformed most FANG names, but it's at a pricey multiple.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the candies are still crushing it.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson weighs in on President Trump's calls for a travel ban.
Stocks race higher just like the winner of Saturday's Preakness.
MScience's views have pushed down two stocks, and they turned out to be wide of the mark.
Industrials try to fit through narrow openings.
Contemporary shopping and buying trends continue to confound established stores.
GENYOUth is an organization that specializes in school wellness programs, that encourage our kids to be fit -- physically and mentally.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
Those relying on mark-ups on booze to make their margins risk going out of business.
Domino's Pizza and Panera Bread have better technology than Starbucks, according to TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is impressed with Domino's Pizza's tech capabilities.
It is hard to keep up with the flurry of first-quarter earnings reports hitting the wires this morning. Here are a few that caught my eye today. Biotech stalwarts Amgen and Celgene posted mixed results, while AbbVie seems to have beat both top- and ...
Social conflicts are likely to increase because of disruption triggered by the internet, he said.
Retail needs to survive; consolidation is one way of doing that.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Starbucks SBUX needs to become a technology company
Domino's has delivered unbelievable growth in sales and profits.
Bargains and experiences are the keys to driving consumer spending.
The enemy of these retailers isn't just Amazon. It's themselves.
I just feel terrible about how the younger, new to the market buyers must think right now.
I am not saying this market is bullet-proof. I am saying that there are many stocks people want to buy.
Operators continue to face intense competition and increasing labor and input costs that are eating into margins.
I would still rather eat a rancid Big Mac than own shares in the company.