The fast-casual restaurant chain might be on the verge of a comeback.
For this full-service Tex-Mex chain, recent signs point to yes.
With most of the company’s growth tied to expanding retail sales, here are a few simple ways to measure its progress.
After a terrible 2017, can the fast-casual Mediterranean chain bounce back?
Starbucks may no longer be the growth engine it once was, but it’s still a solid choice for investors in search of a stable business with attractive dividend prospects.
These comments from management show how the payroll and HR software company plans to keep winning in 2018 and beyond.
Two key improvements in the company’s struggling hotel business could help the online travel giant turn things around.
These two tech companies are on a tear, stealing market share with plenty of room for growth.
Decelerating subscription revenue growth may lie ahead, but Workday is eyeing a sizeable opportunity with its financial management product.
As well as the payroll and HR software company has performed, its long-term potential remains enormous.
Despite a cloudy near-term outlook, the audio and voice chip specialist says compelling growth prospects remain.
Despite a couple rough earnings reports, Spirit is moving in the right direction in two areas that should help drive future growth.
A couple of green shoots provide some evidence that a sales recovery may be coming.
The company’s aggressive retail expansion is holding back earnings for now, but significant long-term potential remains.
Unlike some of its peers, this human capital management software provider’s margins are expanding rapidly.
This online retailer of rugged workwear and gear is in the early stages of building a national brick-and-mortar presence.
With the domains business running like a top, the larger growth opportunities lie in the Ting brand's mobile services and fiber internet businesses.
Though the non-hotel segment is making big strides, the company’s core hotel business took another step backward.
A few items from the company’s recent conference call point to better days ahead.
Continued economic growth in Latin America contributed to another all-around solid quarter.