These stocks have been cut in the last couple of years, but they could be on sale ahead of a turnaround.
Chipotle is taking a page from Starbucks' playbook.
Manufacturing is a large cost for these companies, and something that they've talked a lot about as the next area to be disrupted.
College debt can be a real drag on your finances, but you don't want to let it drag down your retirement nest egg, too.
As Airbnb's "Trips" feature gains steam, hotels aren't the only companies that should be worried.
The Chinese social media company just reported some big numbers.
The need for highly skilled employees and low unemployment have together been great for those getting job offers from these companies.
Trivago is smaller than its rivals, but continues to prove that it has a place in this crowded market.
This small makeup company got a big lift after its fourth-quarter earnings. Today's first-quarter earnings have cut that momentum.
The rubber-clog maker posted a better than expected Q1 -- but it's still planning for more store closures this year.
The beauty company got a boost after reporting a strong start to 2017. Here's what to watch for the rest of the year.
The teen retailer that surged in the 2000s has struggled to hold on to even a fraction of its former popularity. Can it find a buyer capable of renewing its brand?
April continued the stock's steady decline -- and May has already brought its own onslaught.
One of the hottest topics in gaming today is the rise of competitive gaming. Here are the companies that look poised to lead e-sports growth this year.
The telecom company had a big month, but that followed a bloodbath in March. Shares are still down double digits this year.
The lift would turn out to be a short reprise before yet another crash.
The market is trying to time the sales of firearms based on government background checks -- but like most market timing attempts, it's not going well.
The iconic handbag maker is having a good 2017 so far -- and management is confident that this deal will keep that growth going.
Rent-A-Center's former CEO and co-founder is back, which could help things to regrow -- but it could take a while.
From dating to social media -- this Chinese company is making some huge gains.