In an industry that has taken off, First Data has somehow managed to struggle. Amid optimistic signs, is a turnaround imminent?
The payment processor is riding strong macro tailwinds, making smart acquisitions, and entering new markets -- and its shares can be had at a reasonable valuation.
Allegations still hang over the company's head like storm clouds, but recently passed tax reform and a big dividend increase might just be the rays of sunshine shareholders need.
Don't miss the forest for the trees. When one takes a step back, it's clear this semiconductor chip maker has a bright future.
The company is targeting smaller acquisitions that bring in more customers and real cost synergies. But the debt it has amassed while pursuing this strategy is growing fast.
After eBay announced it would no longer be using PayPal's payment processing services once its contract expires, shares of the online payment platform plunged in response. Is this a buying opportunity or a sign of more pain to come?
Corning's spending might be up with little to show for it right now, but by the second half of the year, new projects coming online should help boost production -- and profits.
Lowe's is one of the best retailers in the business today. The only problem? Its primary competition is better.
Yes, Visa will be a big beneficiary of tax reform, but that's far from the only thing the company has going for it after its impressive quarter.
eBay announced it would not be renewing its agreement with PayPal when its current deal expires in 2020. Should PayPal shareholders be worried?
Mastercard turned in another big quarter earlier this month. Here's what investors need to know.
Ollie's Bargain Outlet has found a winning formula for success as its store count increases and its army of loyal shoppers swells.
The payment-services company just made a billion-dollar acquisition that management believes will help the business keep up with the ever-increasing competition.
There was more for investors to like than not in Discover's latest quarter, but nagging questions remain.
In 2017, Home Depot grew its top and bottom lines using a proven recipe for success.
Shares traded down despite the company's strong numbers and long-term catalysts. Is this a buying opportunity for investors?
Recent allegations of fraud and employee mistreatment sent shares of the insurance company reeling. Should investors be concerned?
Zelle increases account-holder engagement on traditional banks' mobile and digital channels. But does it matter?
It might be time to renovate your portfolio with this dividend-growth home-improvement juggernaut.
Few companies have been raising their dividends longer than this home improvement retail giant.