Last week, Weight Watchers International rolled out myWW, offering members a customized approach to weight management. But will its new program and its rebranding effort help it recover from slimmer third-quarter revenue results?
After a hugely successful Singles' Day, the world's largest 24-hour shopping event, the future looks bright for Alibaba Group. But that's not the only reason to invest in the Chinese e-commerce giant.
Under Armour's stock took a nosedive after it lowered its full-year revenue outlook and said federal investigators are looking into its accounting practices. Can the sports apparel stock recover?
As open enrollment for health insurance is underway, it's a good time to take a closer look at how health insurers are doing.
Investors are concerned by the prospect of another housing market crash, and Zillow's forays into mortgage lending and house flipping are not reassuring. But it could be a good time to snatch up shares before it reports earnings Thursday.
Shoppers are losing one full weekend from Black Friday to Christmas Eve. Target is making some good moves to handle the shorter shopping season.
Amazon decided to eliminate its $14.99 monthly fee for grocery delivery. But what does it mean for Kroger?
Last week, Hasbro reported earnings that missed forecasts, blaming the U.S.-China trade war. But Mattel said the trade dispute played only a small role in its better-than-expected results.
Tesla reported strong third-quarter results, but investors may note warning signs, including a significant drop in U.S. sales and questions about the sustainability of its growth.
Beyond Meat announced its first-ever quarterly profit Monday, but its shares dropped 20%. What’s up with that?