The home improvement retailer has thrived in recent years. But, far from resting, it has doubled down on building out its already impressive logistics infrastructure.
These two credit card companies sport nearly identical business models. Which makes for a better investment today?
Consumers are staying home more than ever before and, increasingly, even when they're eating out, they're eating in. How can you invest in America's growing appetite for delivery?
Both of these stocks are growing earnings by double-digit percentages, yet struggle to gain respect from investors.
Massive spending has depressed free cash flow in recent quarters, but several projects and trends should drive shares higher for investors with a little patience.
Shares of this discount retail chain are not a bargain, but they're still a buy.
In recent quarters, this glassmaking specialist has shown negative earnings and negative free cash flow. Is Corning's glass half-empty?
A declining personal computer market and a flat printing industry haven't been enough to keep this former cast-off down.
In less than one month's time, PayPal has made two key acquisitions designed to give it a leg up on competition in the payments industry.
The credit card network is trading at a high valuation after a market-crushing run. Is it still a buy for investors at these levels?
Lost amidst the news of a new CEO and a cold spring is that Lowe's appears to finally be moving in the right direction strategically.
PayPal is in an enviable position in one of the world’s hottest trends, but competition from companies all across the board is getting intense.
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The home improvement retailer's gardening sales were hit by unusually cold weather, but a much more important figure continues to trend in the right direction.
This shoe manufacturer's stock was punished after the company guided for a light quarter ahead, but did the market overreact?
The newly formed payments company, after the merger of Vantiv and Worldpay earlier this year, seems poised to beat the market as it enjoys cost synergies and unprecedented scale.
PayPal's newest toy complements it almost perfectly, giving the digital-payment platform new merchant tools, a greater point-of-sale presence, and an increased geographic reach. It also looks like a calculated move aimed squarely at the competition.
Despite being overlooked in a hot sector, this payment processing company has found a way to consistently surpass investors' expectations.
The major credit card companies are ganging up to mimic one of PayPal's most popular -- and most successful -- services. Are PayPal's days now numbered?
In a bull market getting long in tooth, good value stocks are getting harder to find, but these three companies fit the bill. Find out why I own all three.