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Sinclair is selling the stations in order to win approval for its acquisition of Tribune Media.
These names look poised to benefit from consumers' shift toward healthier meals and Internet food shopping.
I have been negative on the consumer packaged goods companies for a while. (See my analysis in, "Buyer Beware of Consumer Staples Sellers Amid the Emerging Retail Monopsony") In the space I am long Campbell Soup (based on the recent business changin...
Meet the THP Group, Vietnam's largest privately held drinks company. It has a top-selling energy drink and a line of teas. Their goal? Conquer the world -- bit by bit.
We have seen this pattern many times in the last few months, and it is a surreal pattern for traders.
And on days like today, there can be a lot of it for some investors.
Buy-and-hold investing works for some, but for most people a shorter-term approach is easier and safer.
These six food, beverage and confectionery purveyors deserve a place in your long-term portfolio.
The Nasdaq (QQQs) turn slightly negative as most of the FANGs reverse lower. Retail, generics (Teva and Mylan ), big pharma (Merck and Bristol-Myers Squibb ) and biotech (Allergan , Gilead Sciences , Celgene ) are conspicuous to the downside. Co...
Coke is expanding their portfolio with a purely Stevia sweetened drink next year.
"She said, "My boy, I think someday You'll find a way To make your natural tendencies pay You'll be a dentist..." -- Little Shop of Horrors, The Dentist Song (Steve Martin) * In a normal backdrop I would observe that this week represents almost cla...
Putting together the market's two largest conglomerates -- one loved and one loathed -- is not as crazy as it sounds.
"If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?" -- Tuco, The Ugly: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" There was plenty of sector rotation today (but little overall movement), so let's move to the abbreviated Monarch Notes form of "Takeaw...
The lucrative business of e-sports promises to be a good investment.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer prefers PepsiCo shares over Coca-Cola.
The soda industry has gone through its fair share of beatings over the last ten years, leaving many to wonder about its future. TheStreet sat down with former Pepsi CEO John Sculley to get his thoughts on the future of soda.
It looks like China is building again.
Coca-Cola is about to put a massive restructuring behind it and has more momentum than PepsiCo right now.
I concluded yesterday with the following: Suffice to say, Mr. Market continued to show the sort of resiliency it has had for many months -- rallying from a 12-handle drop in the S&P Index to even at day's end. However, I did have one of my best shor...
This is priceless (and modifies my Fidelity post): Gnarly Pirate commish I can hear the conversation now: Fidelity Guy "So Mr. Kass, I would like to suggest some names for you to consider. How about Apple ? You know the new iPhone is coming out! E...
"Everyone is putting money in the market, so you might as well follow." -- CNBC talking head In the aggregate, the markets were uneventful -- with another remarkably narrow range in the S&P Index. But there were some major movers. On the upside,...
Philadelphia's tax of 1.5 cents per ounce to sugary beverages has a bigger impact on your wallet than you might realize.
This assessment shows how consumers will find their way around oppressive taxes and illustrates the unintended consequences of legislative actions.
PepsiCo's quarter revealed continued "flat" results in its carbonated beverages segment. The secular headwinds facing PEP and other manufacturers are real -- and explain my continued short in the Coca-Cola Company .
Automatic Data Processing could learn a thing or two from the two consumer products giants when it comes to a commitment to innovation.