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Whole Foods Beats, Yet Disappoints, TWC's Tune Up, Caffeinated Cramer

TheStreet

Some companies can't catch a break, and right now, that appears to be the case for Whole Foods Markets, which saw shares hit even after the company revealed a top line match and bottom line beat. Concerns over same store sales are spooking shareholders as more players look to leap into the organic game. And, Time Warner Cable, on the cusp of a big deal, beats expectations, clearly a great sign for Comcast, which has plans to acquire the entertainment distribution company. Plus, Jim Cramer is fully caffeinated for Starbucks, and he says shares are set to rise from the high $70s to $90 -- we'll break down why.