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Advice for interns brings 2 companies into focus.
Shares of Shake Shack (SHAK) tumbled sharply to finish Tuesday's regular trading session in negative territory after the company was downgraded by analysts at Morgan Stanley.
U.S. stocks extended losses in midday trading after European leaders failed to reach a debt agreement with Greece at Tuesday's Eurogroup meeting in Brussels.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights a positive note on Salesforce (CRM) as well as a couple of downgrades on Shake Shack (SHAK) and Tesla Motors (TSLA).
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The market has defied premarket futures and opened lower. Some early movers that have caught my eye in early trading include: Highly volatile biotech Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corp (TKMR). Tekmira is getting hit a bit today, but not as bad as it was t...
Shares of the newly-minted public stock Wingstop soared almost 60 percent after Friday’s IPO and its CEO Charlie Morrison expects more growth ahead.
Sonic (SONC) has been on a sales streak for almost a year. In many respects, that has been directly the result of its struggling fast-food rival McDonald’s (MCD).
Bojangles (BOJA) didn't disappoint with its first quarterly earnings report, beating Wall Street estimates.
Sonic (SONC) is no McDonald’s (MCD), the drive-in fast food company is actually growing its sales.
Shares have slipped, though you can't tell from long lines.
Boston Market is no stranger to being a publicly traded company.
Hot money using cheap leverage while retail investors starve.
Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions about FireEye (FEYE) and other stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Early this morning, Jim "El Capitan" Cramer provided a clear view of the structural reasons that explained Shake Shack's (SHAK) soaring share price. To me, Shake Shack is a short, but given my core tenets of short selling -- never short when the sh...
We're going to be bigger than the boomers, so pay attention, investors.
But worrisome retail trends are becoming embedded.