First Data's third-quarter results were a decidedly mixed bag, with several positive and negative aspects for investors to consider. Is the company a buy?
The prestigious credit-card company is making necessary acquisitions and renewing its focus on the digital world to ensure it can cater to the millennial generation and not get left behind in a fintech arms race.
This credit-card company has a new CEO and is growing its loan portfolio nicely, but one nagging concern remains.
The glass is definitely half-full for this specialty glass manufacturer, as it positions itself to capitalize on three very big opportunities.
PayPal's core platform continues to show strong new-user and engagement growth rates. Venmo's growth rates are even better.
Don't discount the growth in this important revenue category when reviewing Amex's impressive results this quarter.
Cisco has handily beaten the S&P 500 index over the trailing 12 months, but can it keep giving investors market-beating returns?
These two market darlings seem to be a on a collision course, with new products and services moving each closer to direct competition against the other. So which is the better investment today?
The competition's margins just became PayPal's opportunity.
Investors might want to consider adding this Brazilian payments company to their portfolios after they see its explosive growth rates.
This one measure has cut down on credit card fraud dramatically, but consumers still need to guard against the latest schemes.
Shares of the discount retailer are up more than 100% in the last year, but it's not too late for new investors to profit from its winning business model.
The router and switch king is guiding for solid growth and sitting on a mountain of cash, but its stock price is up more than 50% in the last year. Is it too late for investors to get in on this mature tech company?
Intuit is a company on the right side of several macro trends, but is it worth the premium valuation the market is giving its shares?
A funny thing is happening in the "war on cash," as PayPal and Square are turning to credit and debit cards to lure new customers and drive user engagement.
Here are three good reasons for investors to give this unloved tech stock another look.
The country's second-largest home improvement retailer once again posted good, but not "as good" quarterly results. Can Lowe's new CEO make up the difference?
What's the secret to Home Depot's success? Knowing who its most important customers are.
The payments industry has produced some of the biggest stock market winners this year. Are the sector's biggest winners still buys?
It’s not just Nigerian princes asking for wire fee money anymore. Do you know the signs of a modern internet scam?