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Dow Chemical and Dupont's proposed merger could face regulatory hurdles in Europe as regulators paused their review of the deal due to insufficient information provided by the companies.
Traditional bricks-and-mortar furniture retailers are making a comeback, proving that consumers like to feel the furniture before bringing it home.
Shares of the Mattress Firm skyrocketed Monday on word that South African retail giant Steinhoff International Holdings will acquire the mattress retailer.
If Mattress Firm could be acquired for a 115% premium, Macy's could be next.
Mattress Firm soars on takeover bid, while Delta's worldwide computer issues are causing the stock to drop.
That could reach the $20-$18 area and give you restless nights.
Part of the problem is too many stores, Cramer says.
U.S. markets have been able to shake off investor fears following a terrorist attack in Belgium.
U.S. futures point lower as world markets react to the latest terrorist attack in Europe.
Stocks look to push their weekly winning streak to six today.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer awaits quarterly results from Mattress Firm MFRM, released on Monday after the markets close.
The mattress maker downsized the loan offering for its acquisition of Sleepy's parent.
Mattress Firm's ability to pay down its hefty-leveraged debt load will depend on how good bedfellow Sleepy's can be.
The leveraged loan market is deteriorating, but investment banks are coming out the gates in 2016 with huge packages.
Stocks pulled back from earlier gains after two separate reads on manufacturing activity in the U.S. showed a worrying slowdown trend.
Wall Street traders may be distracted today as Mets fever is taking over New York.
One mattress company is hoping to make the luxury of a good night's sleep available to everyone.