Heinz, owned by Berkshire Hathaway and private equity firm 3G, are scooping up the maker of Velveeta. Will Warren Buffett look to acquire even more food companies?
Coca-Cola is still a global staple, especially in in emerging markets, even though younger Americans are drinking less soda, said Matt Jehn, managing partner at Royal Oak Financial Group. Jehn added that Coke will not be hurt as much by the strong dollar as many analysts fear. He is also bullish on
A report out this morning says Google makes the most of its close ties to the White House and Tech Industry Regulators. The Wall Street Journal says as the Federal Government was wrapping up its investigation of Google, company officials had a flurry of meeting with top officials at the White House
On Wednesday, March 25th Facebook (FB) kicks off its two-day F8 conference in San Francisco, CA. The social media company will likely reveal its new tools for developers along with its direction for the year ahead. We also note earnings to keep an eye on. Paychex (PAYX), software developer Red Hat
SeaWorld’s attendance, revenues and stock have fallen due to concerns about the treatment of its killer whales. Is a new ad campaign too little too late?
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Tweeting big changes? Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Twitter’s ability to make money.
Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, has upped his price target on Apple to $180 per share based on the upcoming release of the Watch and growth prospects in China.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says he’s watching Sonic on Tuesday to see if we can continue the upward trend in the restaurants. The drive-in fast food chain is set to report second quarter results after the close. Cramer says the restaurant space has been on fire, it’s been the leadersh
Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter may be a bit pricey. But these leading social media firms are profitable and growing. This is probably not a repeat of 2000.