Interesting news today from Delta, Micron, and Wal-Mart, but it’s Coach's move that has the Fools a bit confused.
First, it raised some spinoff speculation. Second, it's in an intriguing tussle with J&J that could affect the biosimilars market for everyone.
A weak opening for "Blade Runner 2049" presages a dark future for theaters, while Ad Age asks why advertisers are paying for TV commercials.
The initial share price for the streaming-media set-top box maker was $14. By the end of the week, shares traded as high as $29.80.
Nike’s latest numbers are going in the wrong direction; Macy’s and Chipotle lob a couple of Hail Marys.
T-Mobile and Sprint are in advanced merger talks. Meanwhile, General Electric is parting ways with its industrial solutions unit.
Toys'R'Us, Nike, and Under Armour are all feeling the pinch, and some watchers are worried about GM too.
Tesla seems like it has the magic, and it may be sharing it with a chipmaker. Publisher Scholastic, even with some Potter power, does not.
Northrup Grumman made a smart bid; and streaming won at the Emmys, but perhaps not in the IPO market.
Travelers Co. did the right thing, a Pizza Hut manager did not, and some major countries are looking at an almost unimaginable ban.
Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the U.S. Southeast; meanwhile, we learned that an enormous data hack at Equifax will touch nearly all of us.
The most recent quarterly numbers from Wal-Mart and Alibaba include some extraordinary metrics.
The market didn’t need too much encouragement to find optimism about Target and Urban Outfitters.
Fashion brands Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren were hot with investors, but e-commerce player Wayfair was not.
Exciting new combinations were behind the news for Tyson Foods, Marriott, and Netflix on Monday.
For the electric-car maker, outperformance in Q2 was just the prologue to the real challenge. For the generic-drug maker, the news just keeps getting worse.
The world’s leading tech company turned in another solid quarter, but at packaged-food giant Mondelez, word of the CEO's pending exit was more interesting than its earnings release.
An expected media company acquisition earned an unexpected stock move, while big sales of Snap Inc. stock confused the Fools a bit by not causing one.
From Boeing to McDonald’s to Ford, it was a day for iconic U.S. companies to shine