Cost controls remain a competitive advantage, but a legion of short sellers continues to hold the stock down. Don't expect that to last much longer.
These companies are making better use of smarter machines, and have the patent applications to prove it.
The cloud-computing king promises big things for those willing to wait
SEC filings confirm reports of profit-taking, but the context matters.
Bringing silicon to optics ins't a unique strategy -- unless it's all you do.
Fiber optic cables are everywhere, but connecting fiber optic networks isn't easy. Acacia Communications was founded to make it simpler.
The inbound marketing pioneer is growing subscriptions fast and boosting margins along the way.
Once in a while you find a well-managed company providing crucial technology whose stock is priced reasonably. Those are the times you buy.
Facebook connects a third of the world, yet its stock trades like an index fund with upside.
Little bets can make for big gains when it comes to independent films, and Amazon deserves more credit for how it funds winners than most investors are willing to give.
The Starz deal is paying off nicely so far, but it's consistent performance both at the box office and in the ratings that long-term investors need to see.
Wall Street hates this company, and so do short-sellers, but there are three good reasons to like Fitbit stock at current levels.
A bigger channel for original programming, smart refinancing, and creative reunions are driving shares of the upstart TV network higher.
The maker of cuddly, name-worthy robots is investing at just the right time.
First Solar, Sohu, and Take-Two Interactive all have sturdy balance sheets that could attract a larger suitor.
Network deals could finally set up the short-video specialist as a serious subscription alternative to Netflix.
A rich buyout notwithstanding, Time Warner is only just starting to show what it can do with new franchises.
Opening slightly ahead of "Ant-Man" isn't a win for a film that cost far more to produce.
Apple, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, and Toyota are among the world's 10 most valuable brands, and their influence is still growing. Bet on them for the very long haul.
Strong broadcast assets coupled with improving fundamentals at Warner Bros. studios makes the stock an intriguing buy for value hunters.