Month: October 2018

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Seattle’s Fake Free Lunch

The latest research shows the losers from a $15 minimum wage.

The Big Tech Selloff

Why the fall from super-high values shouldn’t hurt the larger economy.

Not the King of the GOP’s Hill

Rep. Steve Stivers rebukes a colleague for canoodling with the ugly right.

Where Wingstop’s CEO sees the company going next

Jim Cramer sits down with Wingstop Chairman and CEO Charlie Morrison, who speaks to his company’s technological initiatives.

Cramer Remix: Facebook’s not back yet, but it’s on its way

Jim Cramer details how big advertisers are key to the social media company’s revival.

Investor: I’m ‘very pleased’ with BHP’s capital return

Jun Bei Liu of Tribeca Investment Partners weighs in on BHP news. She also says Macquarie’s purchase of AMP could be “cleaner” now, compared to a year ago when the bank tried to team up with other potential bidders.

The stock of Masco managing to soar on weak earnings says a lot about this market: Cramer

Jim Cramer breaks down how a disappointing quarterly report from Masco led to a roughly 7 percent surge in its stock.

Cramer’s lightning round: Costco’s stock ‘fits the pattern’ of what’s OK to buy here

Jim Cramer shares his take on callers’ favorite stocks at lightning speed, including that of a popular wholesale retailer.

A quarter of Wingstop’s revenue comes from digital—here’s where the CEO sees it going next

Jim Cramer sits down with Wingstop Chairman and CEO Charlie Morrison, who speaks to his company’s technological initiatives.

Clorox CEO addresses ‘temporary’ issues in earnings with charcoal products, RenewLife

Jim Cramer hears from Clorox Chairman and CEO Benno Dorer, who speaks to some pockets of weakness in his household product maker’s latest earnings report.