Leading specialty retailer Tilly’s reported lower-than-expected holiday sales but reiterated its plans to add new stores in 2020.
The department store chain invested heavily to compete in a changing retail environment, and it’s now able to harvest the benefits.
As it approaches the limits of user growth, Facebook can still increase earnings by engaging its more than 2.4 billion users.
Google's dominance in the online advertising space should give its parent company strong revenue for the next decade, and Alphabet's pristine balance sheet ensures it will have the cash needed to invest in opportunities for growth and capital return.
Apple’s stock responded well in 2019 to positive news on iPhone sales and services revenue growth. In 2020, investors should take notice of the tremendous growth and potential of its wearable products.
With billions of debt repayments due in the next few years and declining sales, bankruptcy is a serious concern for shareholders.
Its investments in store upgrades and the build-out of its Backstage off-price store are both working well, but investors need details on its future plans for the two initiatives.
The 46% drop in the retailer's share price boosted its dividend yield to over 9%. Does the underlying reason for the stock decline mean the dividend will be reduced too?
Reports from the big three banks show an increase in consumer spending and customer deposits, while the situation with credit defaults is more complicated.
Target shares are up a whopping 87% year to date. Same-day fulfillment options such as drive-up, in-store pickup, and Shipt are driving growth.
The data gained from viewers will translate into custom-fitted content and attractions at parks that align with the latest Disney customer tastes.
Disney has an opportunity to flex its content muscles, demonstrate its pricing power in its theme parks, and do more of what it does best in producing new media content.
A look into Apple's crystal ball tells investors: Strong services revenue will continue, the decline in iPhone sales will flatten, and international geographies will return to growth.
A tight grip on Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) technology through patents and an increased appetite from manufacturers to produce OLED screens are the ingredients for continued growth.
Tilly’s stock is a good value because of its pristine balance sheet, a favorable negotiating position with landlords, and its potential for growth.