With its Bath & Body Works and Victoria's Secret, L Brands is positioning itself for a strong 2015.
IBM is still the business you've always known and loved, but the company is going through some changes.
Though one of the biggest companies in the U.S., IBM is often overlooked for its dividend value.
Although Whole Foods receives far more press, another grocer is outperforming it consistently.
The Abercrombie & Fitch ship needs serious repairs, and investors shouldn't have to wait around for the work to finish.
After taking a multiyear beating, J.C. Penney is finally in a position to disappoint the bears -- say hello to cash.
Sure, caffeine addiction is one way to keep customers coming back, but Starbucks is going one step further.
It's easy to look at a headline figure and jump to a conclusion, but there's more to a good dividend than just a payout.
Even though Barnes & Noble sells paper books, even though it's fighting Amazon, and even though the Nook happened, this is still a good business.
Under Armour is the new hot thing in town, but investors looking for rock solid picks have better options.
I love Costco, but that doesn't mean that it's the best pick in every situation. Investors should rethink this alternative business.
Jeff Bezos makes it look easy, but that doesn't mean that it actually is. Amazon has challenges ahead.
Prices are on the rise, and consumers are taking the full force of many restaurants' increasing costs.
The recent Big Mac attack has caused millions of dollars in damage; it's time for investors to flee the Golden Arches.
With a 34% fall over the course of 2014, lululemon athletica seems priced to move -- but things are still in a bad way.
Being good to the world doesn't mean that you're also a good business. Is lululemon athletica both?
Why wouldn't people shop in a store where all the prices are higher than the competition -- oh, right.
Good brands and a new outlook on life might not be enough to make Kraft Foods the dividend stock you're looking for.
With a brand that everyone knows, Starbucks seems like the perfect stock for a beginner; but there's more than just a name to this business.
Kraft Foods Group has a lot of things going for it, but its cash commitments are holding it back.