Tax refund and share buyback draw attention to value.
Promotions drive an increase in the chain's top line while margins seem to be stabilizing.
Companies with well-known brands may hedge inflation.
Supermarket promotions for rebate checks might make sense for savers.
Results were basically flat, but the company beat expectations and shines in a tough environment.
The industrial equipment company guides well above current expectations.
New products offer profit potential in a competitive industry.
Share price rises as investors see signs of improvement.
Q1 numbers beat estimates, but the company is conservative with guidance.
Quarterly results reflect decreased demand for lumber, but land sales seem profitable.
The toymaker builds on a solid Q1 with new and classic toys and games.
First-quarter earnings beat guidance, and backlog rises.
The industrial company's first-quarter numbers were about as good as had been expected.
A special race helped make the first quarter a good one, but the outlook is tough.
A new CEO addresses problems, but the sector continues to lags.
Dillard's avoids a proxy fight with director nominations.
Recent moves offer breakout potential for G-III.
The electronics retailer is concentrated in fast-growing cities.
Solid quarter, but what's in store for 2008?