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Here Are Four Beaten Down Stocks Ready to Rebound

FireEye (FEYE) shares have surged 50% since their mid-February low, but are still down almost 70% since last summer.

Wine Sales Bubbling Over Due to Millennials, Low-Lux Brands

Easter may be best known for its association with eggs, but it's also the third biggest wine holiday on the calendar trailing only Thanksgiving and Christmas.

New York City Is The Biggest U.S. Market For Guinness Beer

For most people around the world, celebrating St. Patrick's Day means indulging in at least one pint of Guinness.

Jim Cramer Is Drinking Tequila on St. Patrick’s Day

What is TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer drinking on this St. Patrick’s day?

Tullamore D.E.W. Salutes St. Patrick’s Day With New Whiskey

The rise of Irish whiskey in the U.S. has been meteoric in the past decade.

Closing Bell: Amazon Leases Boeing Jets; Stocks, Oil Climb

Wall Street celebrated the seven-year anniversary of its bull market with market gains and a rally in crude oil.

Midday Report: SeaWorld Narrows Loss; Stocks Are Undecided

U.S. stocks struggled for direction, flitting between positive and negative territory for much of the morning on Thursday.

Behind BrewDog’s Plan for ‘Punk’ Craft Beer Revolution

It takes a punk rock attitude to start a global beer revolution, said James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog and the author of Business for Punks.

Americans Reaching for Top Shelf Spirits Says Pernod CFO

Americans spent more on spirits last year and they weren’t afraid to go top shelf either, said Gilles Bogaert, chief financial officer at Pernod Ricard.

Four European Stocks Set to Take Off in 2016

Shares of Siemens dropped over 14% in 2015, but a recent earnings report has given the German turbine-maker’s stock a jolt.