A goofy new jacket sheds more light on why Under Armour has been so successful.
Clorox, with a powerful stable of brands and a relatively small market cap, is on this Fool's radar.
Coca-Cola's dividend seems to have more room to run.
Paper products outpace toothpaste (slightly) in this dividend titan showdown.
Kraft Heinz has the capital, management, and acquisition ability to deliver outstanding results for shareholders over the long-run.
Innovation, brand strength, and investment in the future have made Nike great and will continue to drive its stock price even higher.
Under Armour's new golf shoes are part of a larger strategy to generate a higher percentage of revenue from footwear, but it has some additional benefits as well.
Costco is reducing cigarette sales. CVS dumped tobacco altogether. What can investors learn from these decisions?
Success in Asia and a strong buyback program bode well for Nike shareholders -- and Under Armour's.
Vail Resorts has a plan to make money during its seasonally weak quarters.
Capital allocation by management plays a huge role in per-share returns and Vail shareholders are in very good hands.
Texas Roadhouse mimics a coffeehouse, and not a competitor, on its way to international riches.
BJ's Restaurants generates a higher percentage of sales from alcohol than most of its competitors, and it could boost this by becoming more of a sports bar.
China, Japan, and capital allocation are the areas of interest for this Fool when Nike reports its fiscal third quarter earnings.
Better valuation, strong innovation, and downside protection have put Boston Beer Co. back on this Fool's radar for buying consideration.
CEO Randy Garutti sounds off with three quotes that should be music to shareholders' ears.
New store growth, a global plan, and both company-owned and licensed locations make Starbucks a compelling investment.
Store-level performance, domestic growth, and international licensing agreements leave this Fool bullish on his favorite burger chain.
Success in search, maps, and transaction services points to a bright future for Baidu.
Vail is investing in itself and rewarding shareholders along the way.