A rise in oil prices failed to lift the markets last week, but there were still some intriguing headlines and acquisitions.
The prison contractor recovered after falling 40% yesterday.
The leading supplier of corporate identity uniform programs is joining forces with the provider of branded uniform and facility services.
The uniform renter's low P/E suggests that it is. But P/E doesn't always tell the whole story.
The uniform rental company has handily beaten the market over the past five years. But that doesn't mean its future success is guaranteed. Here's why.
Digging into the fundamentals reveals a lot to like about the renter of uniforms and floor mats.
Should investors take a closer look at private prison giant GEO Group?
A little more than year after both companies restructured to become real estate investment trusts (REITs), is it time to take a second look at these unique investment opportunity? Which one offer investors better value?
A shrinking market, and poor inmate management, lead me to sell this high-dividend stock.
Aramark Holdings went public Dec. 12 at $20 per share. The stock spiked in its first day of trading; let's take a look into the company and see where it could go from here.